On Thursday 1st September 2016, I will be flying out with to the Faratsiho district of Madagascar as part of a campaign headed by Wessex Water and their partners to raise £100,000 for WaterAid.
The nine day trip will involve visiting local communities and taking part in their daily tasks, we will be visiting pre and post intervention areas which will enable us to see the real difference that clean water and sanitation can make to the lives of a community.
We will also be involved in constructing clean drinking water areas and sanitation facilities.
The money raised will be used to provide a sustainable clean water supply, sanitation and hygiene education to 2614 people.
All donations will be gratefully received. A little goes a long way and every pound raised goes towards making a real difference.
For more information on what WaterAid is trying to achieve in Madagascar please visit the below link;
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