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Water is Life Kenya's three Pillars. Water projects, livestock as a business and beaded handicrafts
Water is Life Kenya helps remote villages in Southern Kenya bring water close to home. We train women and men how to benefit from their skills in raising cattle. We have a beaded handicraft division that helps artisans and their families immediately and the profits go back into our water projects. We listen, we ask questions, and we act so that everybody can escape poverty.
Learn more about our dream here.
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OUR IMPACT: 16 clean water projects in 10 years – all operational

Average Distance to Water:

Previously 4 Miles
Now 1 Mile

Number of People Served:

45,000

Hours Saved as a Result of WILK:

13,500 per Day

The return on investment for projects like WILK’s is approximately 11:1.
For every dollar spent, the community receives 11 dollars-worth of benefit.
World Health Organization (Hutton & Haller, 2004)

Summer 2017 Newsletter
You don’t want to miss checking out our newest newsletter.  It has been 10 years since Water is Life Kenya started and we share accomplishments, challenges and things learned from the bush.  It seems that not only have the Maasai lives been transformed but Joyce’s life too.  She provides insight into some of the ways she has grown over the past decade!
We also share details regarding:
  • – Our Current Clean Water Projects
  • – Our Water Walk Event
  • – This year’s Livestock as a Business Program
  • – Our Kenyan Team
  • – The Development Corner
  • – and Our Beaded Handicrafts Division

Summer 2017 NEWSLETTER

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