Kingdom of eSwatini

OMG! Our commitment to the Kingdom of eSwatini is crazy!

Projects

In our history, we have built or funded projects in 13 countries.
Currently, however, we are active in four.

uganda

Uganda is a small, landlocked country located on the equator in East Africa. Approximately 44.2 million total people live in Uganda. The life expectancy is 63 years and the mortality rate of children under age five is 74/1,000. The average annual income (GNI) per capita is $780 USD. *Data sourced from UN

Nearly half of the population of Uganda is under the age of 15 and only 67% of children complete primary school.  51% of children in Uganda are vulnerable to abuse in their own households, schools, and communities. *Data sourced from World Bank

In 2012, we committed to maintain our current level of activity in the country to continue to build up to twelve (12) water projects in Uganda. All additional support is directed to the Kingdom of eSwatini until we reach 100% coverage.

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Nearly than half of the population of Uganda is under the age of 15

el salvador

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26% of the population in El Salvador is made up of children under 15. *Data sourced from World Bank.

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Roughly 14% of children under age five suffer from chronic malnutrition. *Data sourced from World Food Program

El Salvador has a population of 6.45 million people, is located on the Pacific coast between Guatemala & Honduras and is the smallest and most densely populated country in Central America. The life expectancy is 73 years and the mortality rate of children under age five is 13/1,000. The average annual income (GNI) per capita is $4,000.00 USD.

El Salvador has one of the highest per capita rate of homicides in the world, registering 50 violent deaths per 100,000 people. *Data sourced from World Bank

We are committed to maintain our current level of activity in the country to continue to build up to twelve (12) water projects in El Salvador each year. All additional support is directed to the Kingdom of eSwatini until we reach 100% coverage.

Kenya

Kenya is a country that lies along the equator in eastern Africa. The population is 52.57 million, the life expectancy is 66 years and the mortality rate of children under age five is 43/1,000. The average annual income (GNI) per capita is $1,750.00 USD. *Data sourced from World Bank

It is estimated that approximately 12 million people in Kenya suffer from chronic food insecurity, and 36 percent of the country lives in extreme poverty. *Data sourced from World Bank.

Climate change resulted in low food production and droughts in some areas of Kenya, especially the north. According to US AID estimates that in 2020, over 1 million people still needed food aid.

One in every 23 children born in Kenya dies before his or her fifth birthday due to preventable causes such as malaria, pneumonia, measles, diarrhea, and HIV. *Data sourced from UNICEF

In 2012, we committed to maintain our current level of activity in the country to continue to build up to two (2) water projects in Kenya each year. All additional support is directed to the Kingdom of eSwatini to reach 100% coverage.

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million people live in extreme poverty.