The Drip Sep 2022

We are so excited to share this new edition of our quarterly newsletter - The TapStand. This edition is filled with beautiful and meaningful stories of impact - ones that you were so evidently part of - and updates on how Acts of Water is walking into a sustainable future.

Kaiho

Back in September of 2018, we spent a week in Kintu, our most recently completed project area, and had a chance to see the change clean water brings in the very first days. The clean water that you helped us bring through your relentless support. At the Kaiho trading centre, we watched a water tap stand being formed for the first time.

Half a Loaf of Bread

A while back, Athens stopped in on Kicuzi to see how things were going about 6 months after people like you helped us turn on taps in this mountain side community. There, she ran into a woman named is Frodinanta who was eager to share her story. 

Harriet’s Path

In February, the Acts Uganda team broke ground in Muhaha - the third phase of our Ibanda water project - our largest and most comprehensive ever. Just 1 kilometre down the road is a village called Kisabo with over 120 families, none of whom currently have access to clean, disease-free water. For those families, life in Kisabo is limited.

A Model for Rapid Growth

In February, the Acts Uganda team broke ground in Muhaha - the third phase of our Ibanda water project - our largest and most comprehensive ever. Just 1 kilometre down the road is a village called Kisabo with over 120 families, none of whom currently have access to clean, disease-free water. For those families, life in Kisabo is limited.

Inflation

In February, the Acts Uganda team broke ground in Muhaha - the third phase of our Ibanda water project - our largest and most comprehensive ever. Just 1 kilometre down the road is a village called Kisabo with over 120 families, none of whom currently have access to clean, disease-free water. For those families, life in Kisabo is limited.

50 Years Strong

In February, the Acts Uganda team broke ground in Muhaha - the third phase of our Ibanda water project - our largest and most comprehensive ever. Just 1 kilometre down the road is a village called Kisabo with over 120 families, none of whom currently have access to clean, disease-free water. For those families, life in Kisabo is limited.

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