After our first Blossom Changing Room was complete, we were fortunate to get coverage by the multi-media news outlet Epoch Times. The article does a great job of sharing the impact these buildings dedicated to girls are having. Remote African Schools Now Thriving Due to Efforts by SoCal Nonprofit ‘With the installation of the water […]
Every time we return to a village to see how the equipment is holding up and how the people are doing, we hear that waterborne diseases have been eradicated. One such example was on Thursday June 4th 2015.
We invite you to join us in reminiscing about four villages WWFA helped in the past who all shared with us that receiving the gift of a WWFA water well was a dream come true!
At Kapalulu there were a number of young girls in their school uniforms so I asked one of them about the health benefits of a borehole. Her name is Luwiza Joseph she is 10 years old.
On December 2, 2022, The Epoch Times media outlet printed an article about our work at WWFA. We invite you to read the positive report of our efforts to bring clean water to people who are in need in Malawi Africa. Below please find the link to their online posting and the text: https://www.theepochtimes.com/california-nonprofit-builds-wells-in-africa-during-donation-season_4901270.html California […]
Have you heard the phrase, “Healthy things grow?” It’s a saying that, in our experience – is actually true! We have an uplifting example of this saying with you, a story about a WWFA water well that has brought about a transformational wonder of abundant growth and development we never would have dreamed of…until it […]
We’ve just arrived back into the city of Blantyre after 2 weeks of water well dedications out in the villages of Malawi. We were able to sing, dance, and laugh with so many wonderful people as we dedicated 30 different wells. We will be in the city for a few more days and will be welcoming […]
Greetings from Malawi! 5/29/2021 With the Covid-19 pandemic we have come up against challenges with traveling, however, after 2 long years we finally have the opportunity to return to Malawi and visit our newest developments. As it is now, in 2021, we have over 70 Water Well projects to visit and dedicate. Our site inspection […]
2020 was a challenge in so many ways. Life changed for everyone, but at least most of us have running water to wash our hands and stay hydrated. For many in Malawi this is an obstacle to hygiene and health. There’s some good news to share with you though.