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Wells for Zoë – Water for Life

We are an Irish voluntary organisation, founded in 2005 and working mainly in Northern Malawi, focused on enabling the rural poor to access clean, safe, drinking water. Working with women’s self-help clusters, a package including preschools, adult education and conservation farming, this bottom-up approach has a sustainable and life changing impact on communities.

CLEAN WATER CHANGES EVERYTHING

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What we Do

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    One of Saturday class teachers at our Centre for Learning, with some Form 3 students
    Appeal for Laptops for our Saturday classes

    Education in Malawi has the potential to break the cycle of poverty. When you educate a boy, you educate an individual, but when.

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    Cathal and Evanne with Ray
    Cathal Curran on Ray Darcy Show

    On 18th Feb 2016: Cathal Curran and his daughter Evanne Ní Chúilínn (Cullen in Irish) visited Ray Darcy’s RTÉ Radio 1 Show to.

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    Factory Windmill
    Factory Windmill

    12th February 2016: I have never seen a windmill in Malawi before. This one is on our factory with erected by the guys.

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    Five more pumps in Kanduli
    Five pumps in five new communities

    11th February 2016: Today five new communities got new wells, a source of great joy for all concerned; Area:   Kanduli Village Name:.

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    Girl Child Christina
    Girl Child Christina

    7th February 2016: I have been worried about this little girl since I first spoke with her back in September when we were.

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    Visit to the farm
    Progress at the farm

    5th February 2016: Rose visited the farm today to look at Laston’s plans and discuss issues and progress of new employees. Laston is.

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    Water for 150 of the poorest
    Water for 150 of the poorest

    14th December 2015: Area:  Chikwina Village Name:   Mjutu VH:   Mjutu Contact Name:  Peter Zulu Mobile Number:  881372687 Length of pump needed:.

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    Water Tasting
    Water Tasting

    10th December 2015 Wells for Zoë making news in West Australia! This could make you laugh or cry or both. Are we becoming.

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    Pump for Brennan Family, Lucan, Ireland
    Pump for Brennan Family, Lucan, Ireland

    8th December 2015: A New Pump installed following a donor’s contribution: More and more lately people make donations to pay for their own.

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    Meeting the MP
    Community meeting with the local MP

    6th December 2015 Community meeting: Our people, Rose, Alepher and Alfred met with one of the local MP’s at his request. Area: Mzyola.

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    Clean Water
    Clean Water from another two pumps

    12th November 2015: This area, Elamouleni,  is about 40 km from the factory. They installed two more pumps here today: Details: Area:  Enyezini.

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    Clean Water in the Doroba Area
    Clean Water in the Doroba area

    11th November 2015 The team were in the Doroba area today installing more pumps: Area:  Doroba Village:  Selemani GVH:  Nyirenda Pump Length:  2.70 meters.

Some of our Volunteers

These interactions are why I will always be a supporter of Wells for Zoë and the Coynes. Their commitment, passion and focus are inspirational. They are the constants, the campaigners, the supporters and the champions of the people of Northern Malawi. But what I liked the most was their mantra, which was evidently put to practice every day – “we give them a hand up, not a handout”. This is the future of Malawi, the only way they can move forward. As the Irish saying goes "Go leor déanta, neart eile le déanamh!"
Sarah Ní Ghallachóir, Sarah Ní Ghallachóir

Notes from our Blog

More FIGURES...

ca. 600,000

people to date with Clean Water provided by Wells for Zoë

- AND RISING DAILY

Meet some of the W4Z people

 
John Waters
John Waters

Board Member: John Waters (born on 28 May 1955) is a columnist with The Irish Times, a former editor of