As we know, water is a very fundamental element for life on Earth. While having clean drinking water is something all of us take for granted, this is not the case for the people living in South Sudan.
Instead, people walk for miles with buckets and pots upon their heads to fetch water. Every day. Of every week. Once they return to their dwelling, they must then boil the water before it can be consumed.
It was with this in mind that empowerkids South Sudan agreed to fund a major water well in Nimule, South Sudan. When completed, this well will produce 20,000 liters of water per day.