Communities driving their own development
It now seems like a lifetime ago since we took a crazy decision to try and do something about the state of clean water for the poorest, in Malawi, in 2005.
We thought that maybe 50 pumps would relieve our shame at the attempts of the developed world, but ‘sadly’ no.
If I told someone we would eventually be manufacturing and installing over 40 pumps each month, they would have me locked away, and I would be in full agreement.
By the grace of God and our generous and trusting donors, the Technicolor madness drives on.
Imagine how I felt when Alfred, Head of our Pump Department sent me this last month:
8th February 2018:
Alfred, Head of the Pump division, writes:
When we are invited to new areas now concerning pumps, we bring the full team, not to be smart, but to show people what they might aspire to and the response continues to inspire us. The women and women’s groups’ respond with intelligence and determination that belies their level of poverty and neglect.