Water is life
We give our everything every day to empower people in need with these life-changing resources – giving women hope, children health and families a bright future.
Our mission is to improve lives
Our mission is to improve lives by empowering people with access to life’s essential needs -safe water and sanitation
Scaling impact around our communities
We’ve empowered more than 200 families in 3 counties with access to safe water, sanitation, and the hope, health and opportunities they bring. And we are expanding our work and reaching more people in need, faster.
Safe Water
Education
Proper Sanitation
Community Empowerment
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Families Supported
750
Happy Children
1500
Sanitary Pads Donated
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Sustainable Development Goals

All our activities are aligned the following the United Nations Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). UCDO focuses on the following goals:

1. Food Security and Livelihoods – to strengthen resilience and sustainable livelihoods through water and sanitation services to the vulnerable households and offer other essential services and training that will eliminate poverty.
2. Health and Nutrition – Reduces deaths and illness from water-related and other disease, particularly diarrhea, and from hazardous chemicals in water. Also provide access to food and nutrition.
3. Quality education – improve access to age-appropriate education for vulnerable children and youth. Remove barriers to retention in school by linking vulnerable children to access medical support, uniform, school fees, safe learning environment, dignity packs and other supplies.
4. Sustainable communities – Provide access to economic and social opportunities.
5. Humanitarian response: to prepare communities for disasters, and support emergency relief efforts.

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(151117) -- Maputo, Mozambique, Nov. 17 () -- Photo taken on Nov. 16, 2015, shows local residents fetch water with a well thanks to a China-aid project, in Bilene district, Gaza Provinces, Mozambique. Chinese engieers had worked for half a year in 2014, drilling 100 wells in the area. Data from the Bilene authority show that, a total number of 54,000 people could benefit from this water-drilling project, with one well servicing an average of 541 people. (Xinhua/Li Xiaopeng) |

Discover what’s possible communities comes together.

We’ve empowered hundreds of communities in Kenya with safe water or sanitation and together we can empower millions more. And we are expanding our work and reaching more people in need, faster.