We know how difficult development work can be...

We are a new organization that is still gaining experience and expertise. We are also aware of how difficult successful and sustainable development work can be, particularly in the international context. In fact, only a fraction of well installations by international organizations in the developing world remain functional after five years. Given this reality, we have decided that for the first phase of our operations we will be partnering with established and trustworthy organizations. We are currently working with Akelos (a US-based 501(3)c) and And Defar Niombato (a registered Senegalese non-profit). We completed our first project in collaboration with Global Partners in Hope (a US-based 501(3)c). 

We plan to continue to partner with other established non-profits for our next 3 to 4 projects. This will precede launching any independent projects working directly with local partners in phase two. This model allows for us to learn and grow from experts in the field over time while putting our time, money, and energy into successful projects in the immediate. Our dream is to one day grow to be an established and independently operating non-profit. Right now, we are focusing on strategic partnerships that will allow us to progress towards our future goals while making an impact today.