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  This year, Voss Foundation completed a water and sanitation project in the KaNdinda Chiefdom in Swaziland with the generous support of our Women Helping Women 2012 donors. This project benefits approximately 6,300 people and to combat the water, sanitation, and hygiene challenges faced by the female artisans affiliated with Gone Rural and Rosecraft, two…

  “The stamp in my passport says I’m home in Norway, but my head is definitely still in Samburu. The Bergums, the opening of the new source, the camel journey…the Samburus…all went very well it seems and I will never ever forget the smiles on all those happy people in Masikita that got water to…

    Our partners in Swaziland interviewed community members on the impact of clean water and sanitation in their lives. Here is what they said: “We used to share water with animals, and most of the time the water is very dirty, we are very grateful now that we will be provided with clean safe…

The Ntontozi Water and Sanitation Project in the KaNdinda Chiefdom in Swaziland seek to address the water, sanitation and hygiene threats faced by women artisans affiliated with Gone Rural and Rosecraft. 6300 people in the Ntontozi Manzini Region will benefit from this project. The Ntontozi Water and Sanitation Project in the KaNdinda Chiefdom in Swaziland…

Our first project in Swaziland, funded by Women Helping Women 2012, is making great progress! The community training and sanitation components are complete, and construction will soon begin on the water access points. The overwhelming community participation during training led to an expansion of the original project scope, and we were able to reach more…

Our Executive Director, Kara Gerson, attended the WASH Sustainability Forum at the World Bank in Washington, DC on March 11-12, hosted by The World Bank Group, UNICEF, Global Water Challenge, WASH Advocates, Aguaconsult, and the IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre. We asked her to report back on the event: Hi Voss Foundation supporters! I…

Our first project in Swaziland, funded by Women Helping Women 2012, is well under way and making great progress! The community training and sanitation components are complete, and construction will soon begin on the water access points! Voss Foundation initially funded 5 boreholes and 30 pit latrines in KaNdinda and Ngoyiya communities. Read below to see…

Jabu Sibandze is an artisan employed by Gone Rural, one of Voss Foundation’s local implementing partners in the Middleveld of Swaziland. Gone Rural is a Swaziland-based artisan organization. In addition to empowering women and alleviating poverty through fair trade, Gone Rural runs a wide variety of programs to improve the lives of women and children…

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Management Committees are essential to ensure the sustainability of community water systems. Voss Foundation has observed over the years, throughout the implementation of our various projects, how important it is that the community feels responsible for and has developed the capacity to manage the maintenance and operation of its own…

In Voss Foundation’s 2012 Women Helping Women clean water project in Swaziland, we are working with Gone Rural boMake, Rosecraft, and Nest to build five wells and thirty latrines for 6300 people in two communities. Water, sanitation and hygiene go hand in hand — clean water is best maintained through proper sanitation techniques. Keeping human…

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