Hope is Flowing

You did it!!

Our Clean Water Well at the Chikondi Community Center in Lusaka, Zambia is now fully funded and fully operational!

Because of your generosity, clean water pumps from 230 feet below the surface directly into the buckets and barrels of thousands of people in the Ng’ombe Compound. 

Every morning starting at 5 a.m., dozens of women, school children, and families line up outside our gate to fill up with clean, healthy, life-giving water. No more water-borne illness. No more dehydration. No more fear during drought. No more water shortages. 

 These water jugs mean life for households without running water. We love watching individuals walk away with full buckets, knowing the difference that water will make for entire families. 

These water jugs mean life for households without running water. We love watching individuals walk away with full buckets, knowing the difference that water will make for entire families. 

Our well is an unlimited supply of water, making far-reaching impacts throughout our entire community. 

Because you chose to give. To give water, life, HOPE. To give generously. 

Thank you from all of us at Clothed in Hope, and from the thousands benefitted from our clean water well. 

Our tank rises high above the surrounding area, a beacon of hope to many. We love that Clothed in Hope is known for loving our neighbors, just as the Chikondi Community Center was named after. Chikondi means love, and we feel the love stretching from so many states in the US (and even from a home in Australia!) all the way to a vulnerable community in urban Zambia. 

We are so grateful for each one of you, and hope you realize just how much of an impact you’re making in the lives of real people in a community with a real need. 

 (Water flows from the clean source to the giant tank through this blue hose into the hundreds of buckets that line up outside our gate every single day)

(Water flows from the clean source to the giant tank through this blue hose into the hundreds of buckets that line up outside our gate every single day)

With Chikondi and many thanks, 
Amy