In an effort to help provide clean water to villages we seek to do so through one of two solutions. The first is a hand dug well. Also referred to as a 'seasonal aquafor' these are accomplished when you dig down far enough to find water during the dry season (January - May). Funds go to our Burkinabe partners pay those that have dug, create a concrete sleeve on the inside of the well, provide a cap for security, and construct the well on a raised platform to prevent contamination from wandering wild life. Our partners also provide basic sanitation training to the local village and train a group of villagers to continue to ensure quality control.