Registered charity number 1142295

Millions of people still live without access to clean water. We are on a mission to change that. 

Digging wells is a cost-effective, timely solution, and our wells are making a real difference to thousands of people, every day. 

Clean water reduces child mortality and illness, improves school attendance, and can transform the lives of children, their teachers, and the wider community.

Help us reach our target of 100 wells in 2020. Donate or become a member today.


One of our wells at Bungu Kokwach School in Kenya

One of our wells at Bungu Kokwach School in Kenya

What we do

We drill water boreholes and install wells to provide clean water to schools in east Africa. Take a look at our projects, and how the process works.

Why it matters

Access to clean water improves health, school attendance, and has a big impact on the community. Here's more on the difference a borehole makes

What you can do

There are many ways to support WellBoring's work. Become a member, make a donation, or get involved with some of our activities.

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More than 10 million people in Kenya don't have access to an improved water source and rely on seasonal streams and often polluted hand-dug wells.

84 percent of water related deaths are in children aged 0-14.

The water and sanitation crisis claims more lives through disease than any war claims through guns.

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