Founder’s Update on Flood Relief

By Founder and President Kurt Dahlin
The United Nations News Center reports: This year’s rains have come ahead of…

Parliament Member Requests WWFA’s Help

February 2, 2015 
In regard to the floods that have ravaged Malawi in the last several weeks, the Honorable Esther…

Contaminated Water in Malawi

February 1, 2015
The region’s rainy season intensified in December, and the last twelve days brought torrential…

WWFA provides relief to Malawi flood victims

200,000 people have been displaced by the floods which first began in December 2014. Help us bring hope.

WWFA Hero of the Year 2014

December 29, 2014
Water Wells for Africa is pleased to announce that Brittany Harris (age 13) of Friendswood, TX…

Inspection Tour 2012

Every year, WWFA returns to inspect projects both old and new. We work with the communities experiencing problems and visit future drilling sites.

Playpumps Discontinued

A playpump is a type of manual pump that utilizes a merry-go-round to draw water. In 2009 WWFA was involved in providing 23 playpumps to rural schools in Malawi, Africa.

WWFA Receives 501c3 Status

With fresh resolution Water Wells For Africa officially incorporated as a 501(c)3 nonprofit in March 2007. Many of those…

Nchiwa Village – Well #1

Built in May, 1996, Nchiwa was our very first water well and it stands strong to this day.