Thanks to the wonderful generosity of our supporters, we have continued to provide life-changing improvements for some of the world’s poorest and most isolated people in Africa.
During 2015, Ruth, aged 72 from Kikandwa village Uganda, was one of the many people who gained improved access to water as part of Aidlink’s community development programme. As an elderly woman with health issues, Ruth was selected by her village to be the recipient of a home water jar.
For Ruth, this was a “dream come true”…
“With my age, water has been my biggest problem. I have problems with my legs and back so doing heavy load activities affects my life, yet the nearest water source is located close to 2 miles from my house. In the past when I was still energetic, I used to fetch it myself, now, I had to spend money to get someone to ferry it. I cannot wait for my water jar to be completed! I could not believe it when the village chairperson informed me of the water jar news. I kept imagining, but now I am witnessing a dream come true for me.” Ruth Ana Nankya
A Home Water Jar
The kindness of our friends, supporters and donors, makes our work, such as providing Ruth with a home water jar, possible. We are committed to the highest standards of transparency and accountability for all of our donors, so much so that our 2014 Annual Report was shortlisted for the Chartered Accountants Ireland Leinster Society Published Accounts Awards!
Thank you for being part of our story in 2015.
Together we can transform the lives of those living in poverty.
Happy Christmas from all the team at Aidlink!