Water is Life Kenya helps remote villages in Southern Kenya bring water close to home.  We train women and men to benefit more from their skills in raising cattle. We listen, we ask questions, and we act all so that everybody can escape poverty.

Upcoming Events:  Thirst Reverse IV

This year it is taking place at Grain Craft Bar + Kitchen on 270 E. Main Street in Newark, Delaware.  All day, Wednesday, January 18th, 20% of your food bill  will be donated to Water is Life Kenya.  From 6pm – 8pm we have guest bartenders serving everyone beer and wine with all tips being donated to us too!
Joyce will be there sharing her recent exploits with everyone.
Jewelry will be for sale as well as several unique items will be raffled off!

There is plenty of parking in adjacent lots.

Download the coupon below and present it to your server when you pay your bill.
We have even included extra coupons so you can invite family and friends to join you!!  Thirst Reverse IV coupon

FYI – There is no snow date, but you can still donate! https://waterislifekenya.com/donate/

Joyce Tannian with school children
Current Newsletter: WILKFall2016NEWSLETTER final

This newsletters includes lots of exciting information!  We are teaming up with the Engineers without Borders Newark Professional Chapter to help a local school.  The Esukuta Well was officially opened and blessed.  Our livestock as a business program continues to expand and train up new herders and more.  Finally, we have launched a new website for the paper bead and glass beaded handicrafts created by our own local artisans where the profits go back into more well projects.  Truly turning beads into water! Enjoy!

OUR IMPACT

Average Distance to Water:

Previously 4 Miles
Now 1 Mile

Number of People Served:

35,000

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)

 

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