Seven villages in the hills of rural Malawi were completely cut off from the world by a ravine. When rigs were drilling wells in the region, the Chinkhwamba village couldn't be reached. To get clean water, each family sent one person to build a road over the ravine. It took two months to complete, but their lives were changed. Today, charity: water aims to ensure everyone has access to clean water, which can improve health, income and education—especially for women and children.
|Page Copy||The Caterpillar Foundation invests in the 750 million who lack access to clean water|