From February 1-3, community members from Mushili met at the Workers Compensation office received training on how to improve their hygiene and sanitation practices. The 53 participants shared how often people in the community suffered from skin rashes, stomach problems, and malaria. Together with the trainers, they identified the ways that disease were being transmitted, and learned how to stop [...]

From February 1-3, community members from Mushili met at the Workers Compensation office received training on how to improve their hygiene and sanitation practices. The 53 participants shared how often people in the community suffered from skin rashes, stomach problems, and malaria. Together with the trainers, they identified the ways that disease were being transmitted, and learned how to stop [...]

Seeds of Hope partners with a range of organizations, from UNICEF to local non-profits. We recognize that the need we are responding to is greater than we can meet alone, and value the opportunity to collaborate with others. ​ •  •  •  •  •   Blood: Water Mission Blood: Water Mission (B:WM) BW:M is a non-profit organization founded by the members of [...]

Last year, Atlas Copco funded the drilling of a borehole in the community of Lubuto. A team from Seeds of Hope recently conducted a follow up visit, and here is what they reported: On the 11th of June 2011, the crew went for a follow up to see how the borehole is working at Lubuto. They met with Lubuto’s water [...]

  The Soroptimist is an international organization for business and professional women who work to improve the lives of women and girls, in local communities and throughout the world.  Almost 95,000 Soroptimists in about 120 countries and territories contribute time and financial support to community–based and international projects that benefit women and girls, such as Seeds of Hope’s work. Their [...]

Teachers and students of the Twikatane Community School were once stricken by diseases due to lack of safe water at the school, but in February of 2012 Seeds of Hope drilled a borehole well, giving access to clean water!  Mr. Emmanuel Kaluba spoke on behalf the school and said they are very thankful for the borehole because it will bring [...]

Categories: Canon City, Champion, Churches

Harry Ndaba of the Kawama Habitat in the Copperbelt Providence, thanked Seeds of Hope for drilling a borehole in their developing compound! Although this community has access to latrines, over 4,000 people did not have access to safe water in his area and were suffering from “running stomach”, colds, and fevers due to drinking from hand dug wells.  Harry said [...]

Categories: Canon City, Champion, Churches

In mid-April of 2012 Robert Chinyama of Kaniki Kamalasha thanked Seeds of Hope and Atlas Copco for drilling a new borehole well in his community!  He spoke on behalf of the community and said it was good and important for them to have clean, safe water.  Previous to the drilling of this well people would draw water from hand-dug wells [...]