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Water Abounds with 22 WWFA Projects So Far in 2019

Water Abounds with 22 WWFA Projects So Far in 2019 We’re happy to report that we’ve been very busy this year installing water…

Montana Newspaper Shares WWFA News

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The Kalispell Times in Montana recently published an article about the work of Water Wells for Africa (WWFA). The article…

Water is Necessary for Brick-Making

Water is vital for life—both the sustaining of life and improving living conditions—so that’s why we are happy that #WorldWaterWeek…

Gardens Grow Due to Water Wells

Today in recognition of #WorldWaterWeek, we’re celebrating this WWFA water well which was placed in Lita village. Their…

A Tale of Two Villages – Juma and Mthikila

In honor of World Water Week, we’re sharing stories of water wells we installed previously and just recently went back to…

World Water Week 2018

Water is life! That’s why we’re excited that there’s a special week on the calendar dedicated to emphasizing the importance…

New Beautiful Water Source for Bwanali Village

By Edwin White, WWFA Malawi Drilling Coordinator I’m happy to report that the Bwanali borehole was installed on…

WWFA Featured in Documentary “Roadways to Change”

Water Wells for Africa was recently featured in a documentary by Kwanza called “Roadways to Change.” This…

20th Anniversary of Our Wells in Africa

Our first well was put in during the summer of 1996, and we’re headed back this year to celebrate our 20 year anniversary.…

14 Year Old Raises Big Bucks for Water

  By the age of 14, Brittany Harris had already raised more than $100,000 for water wells by baking cakes and pies. …