Help Us Provide Clean Water To Impoverished Kenyan Communities

 

 

$30.00 can purify 60 liters of water a day for 5 years.

 

 

Upcoming Event - Silent Auction!

A Silent Art Auction to benefit Clean Water Kenya will be held from 4-7p.m. Saturday, June 1st, 2019 at the Christine Frechard Gallery, 5126 Butler St., Pittsburgh, Pa. Patrons are invited to bid on paintings, carvings, jewelry and other items created by Kenyan artists. Refreshments, wine tasting, and musical entertainment are included in the ticket price of $15 per person. Award-Winning Pittsburgh Visual Artist Zach Sierocki will be “live finger painting” during the Auction and the Stellar Pittsburgh African Drumming Group, ABAFASI (meaning “many wimmin”) will be performing, as well.

Mission Statement

Clean Water Kenya provides rural Maasai and Kampo Villages in the Great Rift Valley and northeast Kenya simple, easy-to-maintain Portable Water Filtration Systems that cleanse the local drinking water of the bacteria that causes typhoid, cholera, amoebic dysentery, salmonella, E.coli, botulism, giardia, cryptosporidium and other pathogens that are deadly to the Maasai.

We also provide an educational program that focuses on water hygiene and waste management and sanitation.

The people in my area, Karanga, are very happy with the filters and for the great work you are doing in our communities. God is blessing you.

Jackson Kanga

CWK In-Country Coordinator

Our Vision

Clean Water Kenya believes disease-free clean drinking water is a Basic Human Right. In order to fulfill this belief we are committed to:

Providing rural Maasai and Kampo Villages in the Great Rift Valley and northeast Kenya simple, easy-to-maintain Portable Water Filtration Systems and Rain Barrels to aid in their fight against crippling waterborne disease.

Thank you so much for your work here with the Maasai. These filters are life-saving and very much appreciated by us all.

Dr. Mereu

The Ewaso Clinic

We here at home don't think twice about getting a drink of clean water. Until I saw in person how great the need was, I had no idea. It's a daily struggle to survive in Maasai Land and clean water is a very precious commodity - a gift really. Something the Maasai do not have without these filters. I'm glad I was able to donate and become a part of such a good work.

Judy Clark

Clean Water Kenya

MANY THANKS TO OUR STRATEGIC PARTNERS AND CONTRIBUTORS:

Heritage United Methodist Church
Pittsburgh Internet Consulting
Alliance Rubber
SAWYER