World Water Day 2020

World Water Day 2020

Become an Ekenywa Promise Partner. Help Leave No Child Behind.

At Ekenywa, water is at the heart of what we do. And we believe every child should have access to clean drinking water and sanitation facilities – and we firmly support sustainable, affordable and stable water and sanitation solutions.
In the spirit of World Water Day 2020, taking place on March 22, we are asking YOU to become an Ekenywa Promise Partner, helping us to leave no child behind. When you sign up with your monthly gift of $5 or $500, you help to deliver valuable benefits to our children, their schools, and their communities in Kenya:

$25 per month supports our school farm, ensuring the production of thousands of vegetables for more than 500 children who are fed daily in school. This allows our children to focus on what really matters – their education!

$50 per month pays for the necessary filtration to remove dangerous elements like fluoride from the ground water wells we drill. This ensures healthy growing children!

$100 per month contributes toward the salary of key staff like Ian Kibet who ensures clean water is flowing from the boreholes 24/7. He trains the community, ions educating them on safe water practices, and performs quality testing on our water solutions.

Make a difference in 2020 in honor of World Water Day. Become an Ekenywa Promise Partner with your monthly gift.

To become an Ekenywa Promise Partner with your monthly gift, on the donation form please select the box that says, “Make this a reoccurring donation.”

Ekenywa proudly supports World Water Day, helping to increase awareness of the global water crisis and address the need for change. Taking place annually on March 22, World Water Day promotes the central promise of the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, ensuring clean water for all. The aim is to leave no one behind, recognizing “the right to safe and clean drinking water and sanitation as a human right.”

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