Water is Life

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Water is Life Share the Wellth Project
www.sharethewellthproject.com
Providing sustainable solutions for indigenous communities.

SHARE THE WELLTH PROJECT MISSION:

Providing sustainable solutions for indigenous communities.

Vision: To build a self reliant, enlightened, self sustaining indigenous communities while maintaining their cultural integrity, Besides the provision of clean water wells in the rural villages affected by the drought for the last 15 yrs, we also plan to build cultural resource centre’s within the communities where poverty and illiteracy is highest.This curriculum will create awareness on animal husbandry, permaculture / Agri-business, knowledge on locally affordable building materials (Earthships technology), cottage industry empowerment skills and a mother child health clinic. This project  not only goes beyond the provision of basic necessities, but also provides a smooth transition from Traditional herding to a properly laid out Agri-business component that will elevate economic livelihoods and result to poverty eradication in the long run. The women and children are the most affected according to reality on the ground and well depicted by the recent United Nations survey on infant mortality rates among the pastoral communities in Kenya today, many women, neonates, children, and adolescents continue to suffer or die from conditions, which are preventable or treatable. Access to quality health services still remains a challenge across all levels of care.

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Put yourself there. Do Something…. Because you Can! Be the Prayer!
https://www.gofundme.com/help-purchase-village-to-village-drill-and-truck

Relatives,
Its been some time since we did something all together. Sending firewood to Standing Rock was a great feet all 12 tractor tailor loads. However Mni Wiconi / Water Is Life issues still are with us. Join us again with your support. Donate and Share with others our 2nd mission as a community! Wouldn’t it be something if we put 12 well’s a year in, for our relatives in Kenya.

Blessings, GoodKnife

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