Creating Hope and Changing Lives through Sustainability

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Creating Hope and Changing Lives through Sustainability

with Amy Churchill- Just One Africa

"Just One Africa cares for orphans and vulnerable children in Kenya by providing access to clean water and by partnering with local leaders to provide sustainable solutions which create hope through care, education, and community development."

Children carrying 5 gallon buckets full of water

Just One Africa Strategies The following overarching strategies form the basis for Just One’s programs:

  • Operational Support – Providing resources for operational support of our Kenyan partners. This may involve monthly support that covers expenses for running the schools and orphanages, as well as for food and housing expenses. Our goal is for each of these partners to become sustainable and thus only needed for the near future.

  • Education – Investing in improving the infrastructure of African Rural Schools that provide education to vulnerable children. In addition, we intend to transform communities through sponsoring the education of vulnerable children.

  • Sustainable Projects – Expanding our investment in sustainable projects in the communities serving vulnerable children. This may include school buildings, housing, farming, small businesses, and other projects that will provide sustainable growth.

  • Clean Water – Distributing water filter kits to communities that do not have access to clean water. Each of these filters provides clean water for up to 25 people and will last for many years. Prior to the filter distributions, we provide hygiene and sanitation training (WASH) to all recipients and often to whole communities.

UZima Filters makes clean water affordable, measurable and impactful. UZima utilizes an integrated approach to impacting the world’s need for clean water in developing countries.

Where you can find Amy Churchill with Just One Africa:

www.justoneafrica.org

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