Each day, people in developing countries must walk long distances to get the water they need for drinking, cooking and bathing. Often, this water is contaminated.
EagleofHope.org has helped hundreds of communities in Africa gain access to safe water and sanitation. All of the projects we support are self-sustaining, with organizational and financial structures in place to allow communities to independently operate and maintain them. Projects have an active water committee governing the operation of the water system, and users paying a water bill to cover the costs of operating and maintaining the water system.
Below are links to countries where we have active programs. If you have any particular questions about our work, please contact us using the
Project #1: Uloano Community Health center
PROJECT TYPE: 370ft Underground Water Borehole
LOCATION: Uloano Ndugba L.G.A., Imo State, Nigeria
NUMBER OF PEOPLE IMPACTED: 500+ Direct
COMPLETION DATE: January 2008
FUNDED BY: Eagle Of Hope Inc
TOTAL BUDGET: $8,700
Project #2: santa maria
PROJECT TYPE: 415ft Underground Water Borehole, Communal Latrines, WASH (Water and Sanction, Hygiene) Education.
LOCATION: Sancta Maria Nursery Primary & Secondary School. Umuaka, Imo State, Nigeria.
NUMBER OF PEOPLE IMPACTED: 1650 Direct | 3500 Indirect
COMPLETION DATE: July 2011
FUNDED BY: Millenium Water Alliance
FUNDING PARTNER: Umuaka community, 3 for 5 Foundation
TOTAL BUDGET: $18,950