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BENEFICIARIES

Water Projects*
Grantee Project Purpose Location(s) Beneficiaries Funding Timeline
World Vision Rural Water This project provided clean water through the drilling of two water wells. Ghana 15,000 $32,000 Jan/2001
1 Year
World Vision Rural Water This project provided clean water through the drilling of two water wells. Bangladesh 20,000 $18,750 Jan/2001
1 Year
World Vision Rural Water This project provided clean water through the drilling of one water well and rehabilitationof existing wells. Senegal 30,000 $50,000 Jan/2002
1 Year
World Vision Rural Water This program provided clean water through the drilling of four water wells and offerededucation and skills training. Niger 32,000 $50,000 Dec/2004
1 Year
Global Poverty Action Water Treatment and Borehole Investigation This project provided a water-treatment system and borehole investigation by a geologistto determine the feasibility for a water-catchment system. Ethiopia 16,000 $20,000 Feb/2005
1 Year
World Vision Water Relief This project provided clean water through the drilling of four water wells. Ghana 32,000 $50,000 Feb/2005
1 Year
World Vision Rural Water The program provided water testing, assistance in establishing a community waterand sanitation committee, the construction of boreholes and latrines and offeredhealth and hygiene education. Mali 19,200 $100,000 Feb/2005
1 Year
World Vision Potable Water This project rehabilitated old water wells and provided for the drilling of newboreholes. Senegal 130,000 $100,000 Feb/2005
1 Year
World Vision Clean Water Initiative This program included the trucking of water to camps and the drilling of water wells.The program also repaired hand pumps and constructed a water storage tank system. Sudan 85,000 $135,000 Feb/2005
1 Year
World Vision Safe Water for Children and Families This project developed and constructed a village water system with new tanks andpiping. Romania 4,000 $30,000 Feb/2005
1 Year
Oxfam America Spring Water Access and Sanitation This project provided for the construction of five spring water systems and trainingof community members in the operations and maintenance in water management and systemsustainability. Ethiopia 3,630 $25,000 Jun2006
1 Year
The Carter Center Guinea Worm Eradication The goal of this program was to eradicate Guinea worm in Sudan. The program implementedall appropriate interventions to cease the transmission by infected persons. Theproject continuously examined the status of the disease. Sudan 20,580 $1,004,781 May/2007
1 Year
CARE USA Improved Health Through Clean Water This project improves the health of populations in four rural villages by improvingthe availability and use of clean water. It also facilitates water management throughwomen’s associations. Yemen 3,000 $197,650 Sep/2007
2 Years
CARE USA Upper Nile Region Water and Sanitation This program addresses the critical need for access to clean water and sanitationfacilities. It provides for the drilling of 120 boreholes and the construction of2,000 latrines in Jonglei and the Upper Nile States of South Sudan. It provideshouseholds with instructions for safe hygiene, water storage and sanitation practices. Sudan 150,400 $2,650,215 Sep/2007
4 Years
United Nations World Food Programme Water Wells for Host Community This project provided shallow water wells in the Kakuma refugee camp host area. Kenya 30,000 $36,922 Sep/2007
1 Year
Jane Goodall Institute Providing Clean Water to Rural Villages This project improved the overall public health and livelihoods of populations infive villages by supporting the construction of water wells. Republic of Congo 9,600 $103,662 Oct/2007
1 Year

*As of January 1, 2009.