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1,403,306 People impacted
204 Projects Completed
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266 Projects Completed
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199 Projects Completed
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201 Projects Completed
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Innovation: Africa has two types of projects

Water Projects

Providing clean water to an African village of up to 10,000 inhabitants for $65,000. This includes costs for drilling, solar pump, solar panels, tanks, 10 km of piping, taps, a 10-meter tower, and remote monitoring.

Solar Projects

Bringing light for schools and medical centers total cost of $20,000. In rural schools Innovation: Africa brings light to all classrooms and teacher’s homes as well as desks and computers for the first time

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Chikhanda Village

Country

Zambia

Project Type

Water

People impacted

3,456

Location

In the heart of the Sinda district in Zambia, Chikhanda Village is home to a resilient community of 3,456 people. However, this vibrant village faces a daily struggle that affects every aspect of their lives: the lack of access to clean, safe water. Currently, the villagers rely on unsafe water sources, leading to various health issues. Women and girls, the primary water collectors, endure the intense journey of 1.6 kilometers daily to fetch water. This task, essential yet taxing, not only exposes them to waterborne diseases but also takes a significant toll on their time and energy. The limited and contaminated water supply fails to meet the community’s basic needs for drinking, cooking, washing, and agriculture. This shortage hampers daily living and restricts opportunities for growth and development.

Mankhokwe Village

Country

Malawi

Project Type

Water

People impacted

3,900

Location

In the Zomba district of Malawi, Makhokwe Village is home to 3,900 residents who face significant hardships due to a lack of clean water. The community relies on an unsafe, open water source that they share with wild animals, including hyenas. This dangerous situation has led to instances where women fetching water have been threatened by these animals, causing them to travel in groups for safety despite their fears. The daily 1-kilometer journey to collect contaminated water not only exposes the villagers to waterborne diseases but also fails to meet their basic needs for drinking, cooking, washing, and agriculture. The burden of fetching water falls primarily on women and girls, disrupting their daily lives and preventing children, especially girls, from attending school regularly. They often miss school to collect water, lack time for personal hygiene, or have dirty uniforms.

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