P.O. Box 635 Manhattan Beach, CA 90267 info@waterwellsforafrica.org +1.310.995.7079 (M-F, 9-5 PST)

Who We Are

We have been building water wells in rural Africa since 1996.

We believe clean water is the first step out of poverty, and that those without any should have it first.

Our Water Wells Must Meet These Requirements:

Simple

Tech is great, but if a villager needs to order a part from Germany to fix a broken well, it just won't happen.

Sustainable

98% of our wells continue to function after 10 years because of our unique model of community ownership.

Accessible

We go where no where else is going and give clean water access to people who've never had clean water in their lives.

Take a look at some of our completed and current projects.
A Silent Emergency: bad water is killing people and destroying lives.
Gift of a Lifetime: with clean water a generation can succeed.

Sponsor an Entire Water Well for $8,000

We've had families, companies, legacy funds, and teenage kids completely sponsor water projects.

START A WISHING WELL

HOW WE WORK

Technology

One might assume that more technology means more water. Such is not always the case when working in rural Africa.

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The Cost

No two wells are ever the same. Read about the various costs that are included in our projects.

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Empowerment

Our most powerful key to sustainability. Find out how our wells keep operating year after year.

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How To Build A Well

Want to know how we do it? Review the 3 phases to our projects from beginning to end.

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Recent News

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 visit. Thirty Families Benefit from WWFA Water Well Juma and Mthikila are villages located in the northern

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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 of fresh, abundant water: #WorldWaterWeek #WWWeek Water Wells for Africa (WWFA) was founded because we believe that people

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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 26th of May 2018. Before they got their own borehole (water well) the Bwanali people were depending on the swamps

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P.O. Box 635
Manhattan Beach, CA 90267

+1.310.995.7079 (M-F, 9-5 PST)

info@waterwellsforafrica.org