Tap the sun is WaterAid’s recently launched special project to bring life-saving clean water access to Chicoma, and other remote towns in Mozambique, using their most abundant natural resource: the sun.
Four village taps, powered by solar panels, will mean villagers no longer have to fetch water from this water hole, but instead have clean, reliable water 365 days a year and closer to home.
Where will your donation go?
Tap the sun involves four key components:
• Drilling the wells
• Purchasing two storage tanks
• Purchase and installation of solar panels
• Installation of four water pipes to four water taps
To understand how these components work together, click here
Founded in 1981, WaterAid has teams in 34 countries across the world, working with our partners to transform millions of lives every year by improving access to clean water, toilets and hygiene.
So far, we’ve reached 25.8 million people with clean water - and we're just getting started.