The several villages in the Dzuwa area have not had clean water and have had to rely on unsanitary sources such as streams, swamps, rivers and self-dug open shallow wells. Due to the lack of clean, potable water, waterborne diseases have spread quickly and had a deleterious effect on the health of the people of the region.

In the last three years, generous donations have made it possible to install dozens of covered, shallow wells that provide clean, disease-free water to the villages around Dzuwa, affecting the lives of over 5,000 people. The gift of clean water keeps on giving to the entire village year after year and from one generation to the next.