Kilidu needs water. One thousand people live in or near KIlidu in southern tanzania and their only fresh water supply is a walk of 8km – that’s 8km there and 8km back – over rough ground, carrying a plastic bucket on your head or balancing it on a bicycle. For most of the year it rains very little and therefore there is no possibility to irrigate the land and farm it for food unless a sustainable supply of fresh water is brought to the village. Estimates and surveys have been done and we now know that there is water in Kilidu but its deep down in the earth and we need £20,000 to get it.
We need to raise £20,000!