Two young people from Xàbia seek funding to build drinking water wells in villages in Senegal

Javienses Javier Expósito and Fernando Manzanares have embarked on a solidary adventure for which they need the economic collaboration of those who wish to help. It involves the construction of two drinking water wells in Senegal, specifically in the Pallé Kelly and Thiamo villages, where a total of 350 people live.

Villages lack drinking water, feeding on water from the Senegal River, highly polluted, for washing and drinking.

After visiting the area last November, when they came to deliver the glasses collected in Xàbia for the inhabitants of Senegal, they found out firsthand that the most urgent infrastructure is a drinking water well, one in each village.

The construction of these wells amounts to 500 euros each, for which they have launched a campaign of crowdfunding through the Kukumiku platform with which they intend to reach the money needed to build the wells. The project is launched in collaboration with the REDES organization, of which both are ambassadors.

The goal is for both wells to be built next Christmas, so the funding campaign will be extended until the end of January. You can collaborate with the project through this link.

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