Author Archives: Philip Cartland

Boys and girls now learn together. Period.

February 24th, 2021

We’ve been working hard to complete our projects at 7 de Abril school, Chimoio, Mozambique. The school has 9436 students who have been relying on just 6 latrines. But building a completely new water system has not been plain sailing for our local partners WATSAN Mozambique:

Covid-19: A second ‘wave’ in Zambia and Mozambique?

October 20th, 2020

As winter approaches, the UK is reacting to a second wave of Covid 19. The importance of handwashing, hygiene and sanitation has never been more significant in a country where safe water is already conveniently available to all.

A drop in the bucket

September 10th, 2020

Follow the journey we make bringing safe water to people in some of the remotest rural regions in Zambia and Mozambique

One person in the world

September 3rd, 2020

We recently celebrated reaching our 500,000th person with water, sanitation and hygiene facilities.

But how, amongst so many, were we able to identify her as Angelina?

15 buckets of water

August 25th, 2020

A typical UK family home will never be far from a clean water supply. Infact, a UK citizen uses 142 liters of water per day. That’s about 15 buckets… of clean water! It’s a service, expected and taken for granted by us every day.