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Each morning, women and children in Samburu wake up with the sun, grab their jerry cans, and begin a long walk in search of clean water. This seemingly mundane task keeps children out of schools and women out of the workforce. The lack of clean water prevents beautiful Samburu communities from reaching their full potential. Each Spring, The Samburu Project rallies supporters across the U.S. to step up and make a difference. From the beaches of California, to New York, Denver, San Francisco, and beyond, we walk so the women and children of Samburu won’t have to.




Empower Women

Eliminating a long walk for water gives women the gift of time. Time for income generation, self investment, family care, and ultimately a sustainable path out of poverty.

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Grow Together

With clean water, communities flourish. Agricultural initiatives for this Pastoralist community are now possible for the first time. From door-step gardens to community kiosks, sustainable change is eminent.

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Engage Students

Clean water puts students in the classroom, improves their studies, and allows teachers to thoroughly cover curriculum, all leading to more effective learning.

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Fight Disease

Clean water means clean hands, clean dishes, and clean clothes. With clean water health centers grow, knowledge is spread, and rampant water-borne diseases like diarrhea and cholera are eliminated!

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