It will go to fund innovative ideas such as replacing expensive, outdated diesel water pumps with solar-powered versions. It will also enable our engineers to drill new - and environmentally sustainable - boreholes, such as near Nawoyatir in Turkana. Here, villagers like Ipoo Ngachara and Helen Ewoton, can now collect clean water.
Mum-of-five, Helen is already experiencing the benefits. "I cannot count the years that I've had to fetch water from shallow, hand-dug wells. They're hard to keep clean and we get diseases from these scoop holes. I know of someone who fell sick and died of cholera.
"The goodness of the borehole is that it provides clean water. It will bring good health and hygiene at home and reduce diarrhoeal diseases."
What your money can buy
£92 is enough to train one village pump mechanic to help maintain the water pump and ensure that the community has access to clean water.
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