The area of southern Kenya is remote rural area where the tribesmen have lived for thousands of years these area has always been drought-prone and suffering from a lack of water
traditionally lived on land that is now
the National Park but to move of their land by the government’s to make way for the Canyon Park System communities living practice a semi-nomadic way of life migrating from place to place and such a posture and water.
Women have to walk for long distances and come across many dangers from wild animals like elephant, Lions ,poisonous snakes and baboons
Walking long distances also exposes women and girls to danger from men who might attract them. They routinely have to work at least four miles every day before they get to the nearest swamp
These swamp water is difficult for the area and stagnant contaminated and unsafe to drink.
The girls here is not spared either instead of attending school they must help their mothers with the household chores seems that there’s no one left at home to fend for the little ones if the mother is out looking for water water is life and eat he’s the one thing
The people absolutely need in order for them to live a normal life with a safe local water points the maasai children will finally start going to school consistently and its anticipated that waterborne diseases well reduce dramatically
Men and women will be able to spend more time being productive and responding to home crafts which they sell to bring money into the community most importantly more lives will be saved by eliminating human and wildlife conflicts.
For Maasai village is this is a busy basically a desert here we found water just 50 meters below the ground 150 feet just below the ground these people could have had safe water to drink for a very very long time but there’s just been nobody here to drill wells
We hope that this well is going to provide prosperity and health to to these folks and I really hope that the children of Maasai now
will live their lives never knowing the lack of water and that’s a that’s a wonderful thing and it’s something that I like to see all the people in the developing world enjoy.