It’s situations like these that really show the the effect of the water crisis and further motivate our team to work for better futures for these communities.
With clean water, development is able to take off, and people are able to thrive as a result. With clean water, health improves drastically as waterborne illnesses plummet and communities gain a reliable source of water to utilize in their clinics.
And, the need for clean water is far-reaching. That’s why our team is evaluating opportunities to expand our work beyond the countries we are already working in.
For the past 10 years, Well Aware has continued to grow in the geographical scope of our work. With humble beginnings in 2010 as a one-woman show in Kenya, to a full technical team working across 65 projects in both Kenya and Tanzania, we are ready to continue expanding our clean water projects across other East African countries.
With that in mind, a few of our technical team members headed into Uganda for the first time in June with Well Beyond, our for-profit sister company started by our Founder in 2016. Well Beyond was invited to present its new water technology, for water system upkeep and maintenance, to a Uganda-based organization. So, it made the perfect opportunity for Well Aware to get boots on the ground in Uganda for the first time ever - a place we’ve had our sights set on for a while.