Rainwater collected from the runoff of local rooftops. Stagnant stream water. Imagine drinking, or washing your vegetables in, such water; or walking for over an hour to fill your container at that stagnant stream. Then imagine someone provided your village with a borehole that tapped into the underground aquifer, bringing clean water to the surface!

We desire to do just that – to provide clean, sustainable water (and other humanitarian services, from time to time) to people in need.

We have completed three boreholes in Edo State, Nigeria, with a fourth in progress … and we’d like to see at least thirteen more dug in that state.