Water is Life Kenya works in partnership with rural communities in drought prone southern Kenya to solve their water problems by digging wells, developing rain water harvesting systems, and installing pipeline connections to provide sustainable, clean water so lives can be fruitful and productive.
WILK has seen 15 water projects completed to date that have met community needs totaling over 45,000 individuals plus their livestock, and empowered the communities to take ownership of their water supply.
Water is Life Kenya’s work is guided by 4 key values:
To learn more about Water is Life Kenya, visit our website www.waterislifekenya.com. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.