The benefits of clean water

A poem performed by school children

In October 2022, team members visited Uganda villages served by The Clean Water Foundation. We celebrated the successes of our clean water projects with the village communities. There were dance performances, speeches, skits, and exchanges of gifts.


Visiting TCWF wells and villages

October 30, 2022

My father Cliff Steele, is the Founder of TCWF. In October 2022 I traveled with my husband Paul and Dad, Mom to visit several Uganda villages that are served by TCWF’s water projects. Trusted project managers are in Uganda, but he wanted to go and we wanted to go with him. He warned us: “you…

School classroom in a Uganda village

Nyamutete Primary School

December 18, 2020

One of the most vulnerable groups of the population are children who study at Nyamutete Primary School. Our Project Coordinator, Stephen Ozelle visited the school to see how they manage the water problem.  The school management collects rain water at the nearby swamp during rainy season and in dry season they go to the Pandiga…

Kitongozi Village well

October 30, 2019

Kitongozi Central is a sub village of Kitongozi Local council located in Kitwala parish, Kiryandongo sub-county, Kiryandongo district cut off from Masindi district with an estimated population of 200 people living in 40 households which comprise the catchment population of this central part of the village. This village serves as a central business area for…

Jane Steele, daughter, and clean water foundation leaders

Pandinga Village well upgraded to solar pump

December 18, 2018

The Clean Water Foundation constructed the first borehole in 2012. In December 2018, an upgrade was completed to provide a mini solar pump scheme with 4 fetching points and some pipelines were extended to the garden of fruits – pineapple and banana. The installation was done by Safe Water (SW) Drilltech Systems Uganda Limited in…

Paul and kids looking into the camera

Mujjunwa Village well

October 30, 2015

The Project Goal at Mujjunwa The goal of the project was to provide and improve access to safe and adequate water free from cholera and water‐borne diseases to the local community of Mujjunwa village, Mujjunwa Islamic school, Excel Orphanage Centre and neighboring villages. Project Impacts on the Community Low health complications due to bad water…

villagers in Uganda

Pandinga Village well

September 11, 2012

LOCATION: Village of Pandinga, Northwest Uganda, across Lake Albert from the Democratic Republic of Congo, in the heart of Central Africa POPULATION: 1375 people PREVIOUS WATER SOURCE: Although a few villagers make a daily trek to the next village where there is a well, it is 3 miles each way, and the trip back means…