We are building one million liters of water security for school children and their families in Matsakha, Kenya.
Programs reached over 5,000 people
27,000 bricks pressed
8 rainwater catchment tanks built
6,000 liters of soap made and sold
2 new village community engagements
1 new soap certification
1 new government-approved tank design
Water for 2,100 school students
Programs to reach over 11,000 people
1,775,500 liters of water storage
Rainwater catchment tanks for 22 schools
10,000 liters of liquid soap
Water filters and high-efficiency stoves for 100 homes
60,000 pressed bricks
$45,000 in wages for local communities
That’s how much it costs to make one of our special interlocking bricks.
Lock hundreds of those bricks together and you get a new school room. Just like the one pictured here being built at Ivakale Secondary School in Kambiri, Kenya.