Communities in our rural areas lack access to WASH or Water resource management strategies, this has led to diseases like Cholera, Typhoid, Malaria and other water borne diseases to be the main causes of infant mortality in the area. Lack of water is one of the challenges facing communities, women walk long distances to fetch water from rivers for cooking and cleaning. This time spent on looking for water could be used for productive work like running businesses and improving their economic livelihoods. There are only two sources of clean water in our area with a population of 66,000 people. Through our Water program, we train on water management, environmental conservation, WASH and CTLC (complete, total latrine coverage) and provide funds for women to access water tanks.