WE BELIEVE: Water access and availability is at the centre of economic development in Africa.
OUR PRINCIPLE: Water as a resource for production in communities is the backbone to eradicate poverty
and spur economic growth and prosperity. OUR CONVICTION: Communities should not only have access to clean drinking
but also for productive use in sectors such as agriculture which remains the main stay of people in Africa
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Clara Mulilanduba is 32 years of age and has four children. At the start of
the project she told Africa Access Water (AfAW) that she wanted to take her children to school,
have income to take care of her family and go back to school. On the 50mx50m provided to her by AfAW,
she decided to plant carrots. She produced more than 1,000kgs and raised her income from zero to $900 in three months.
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