Doing the work of installing water wells since 1996, Water Wells for Africa (WWFA) officially registered as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 2008.
WWFA promotes rural African community development by providing sustainable water sources and reducing health risks associated with contaminated water.
WWFA believes in honoring indigenous African cultures and their way of life. We work cooperatively with local leadership to empower them towards sustaining the development of their community.
On one trip in September 1994, Kurt Dahlin traveled extensively to southern Malawi. For the first time in his life he saw how people struggle for single bucket of dirty and diseased water. He was compelled to find a way to bring the treasure of pure water to a thirsty people.