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2 weeks ago
Our UK Aid funded project is now providing clean water to the village of Mako, with 2,548 people now benefitting from clean water from the newly refurbished well.

For more information about what we do please Like our page or check us out at www.transformburkina.org.uk

Our UK Aid funded project is now providing clean water to the village of Mako, with 2,548 people now benefitting from clean water from the newly refurbished well.

For more information about what we do please Like our page or check us out at www.transformburkina.org.uk
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3 weeks ago
Well Rehabilitation Project

Were pleased to announce an exciting new partnership with CO2 Balance, a UK company specialising in Carbon Offsetting. The project aims to provide clean water for many of the rural poor in Burkina Faso AND to help prevent global warming!

The inital pilot scheme is being launched in January 2022 and aims to rehabilitate 26 wells that have fallen into disuse, providing clean water to over 10,000 people. Having clean water means that theres no longer a requirement to boil water to purify it, and the wood and CO2 that is saved is known as a carbon credit, which can be sold to companies and institutions wishing to offset their carbon footprint. The income from this sale funds the project.

Having access to clean water is regarded as the single most important change that can be made to affect peoples lives, leading to a meaningful drop in water-borne diseases and other health issues. For example, the infant mortality rate immediately drops by 20% in areas where clean water is introduced. 

If the intial pilot is successful, weve already agreed to continue the project for 5 years and rehabilitate 520 wells and provide clean water for over 200,000 people!

Well Rehabilitation Project

We're pleased to announce an exciting new partnership with CO2 Balance, a UK company specialising in Carbon Offsetting. The project aims to provide clean water for many of the rural poor in Burkina Faso AND to help prevent global warming!

The inital pilot scheme is being launched in January 2022 and aims to rehabilitate 26 wells that have fallen into disuse, providing clean water to over 10,000 people. Having clean water means that there's no longer a requirement to boil water to purify it, and the wood and CO2 that is saved is known as a carbon credit, which can be sold to companies and institutions wishing to offset their carbon footprint. The income from this sale funds the project.

Having access to clean water is regarded as the single most important change that can be made to affect peoples lives, leading to a meaningful drop in water-borne diseases and other health issues. For example, the infant mortality rate immediately drops by 20% in areas where clean water is introduced.

If the intial pilot is successful, we've already agreed to continue the project for 5 years and rehabilitate 520 wells and provide clean water for over 200,000 people!
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3 months ago
Its harvest time for our students who received their starter kits of seeds and tools. 

A total of 7 tons of cowpeas and onions, averaging 350kg per student, means theyve grown enough for themselves and to sell the rest for a small profit to purchase essentials and re-invest in their new farm.

It's harvest time for our students who received their starter kits of seeds and tools.

A total of 7 tons of cowpeas and onions, averaging 350kg per student, means they've grown enough for themselves and to sell the rest for a small profit to purchase essentials and re-invest in their new farm.
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3 months ago
This week weve been building new toilets!

This week we've been building new toilets! ... See MoreSee Less

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