Water and Sanitation

41% of Kenyans lack access to basic water and sanitation solutions as reported by Water Organization, Kenya. These numbers leave the burden to women and girls who walk for long distances just to fetch and carry water for daily use. This in itself creates a cycle of inequality making it impossible for them to develop their full potential and even contribute to the wellbeing of their families and ultimately the communities.

Through Water and Sanitation program, Destiny Connect Fresh aims to focus on ensuring equitable access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene education. By borehole drilling in the Uyoma area, Siaya County, DCF will be able to improve the health of the marginalized communities through increased access to safe water, improved sanitation, and capacity building of community structures in general management of the water, sanitation and hygiene facilities for sustainable development. 

Drilling one borehole costs about $20,000 whereas DCF has noted the need to drill at least 8 of them to ensure wholesome coverage of access of water in the communities.

To help us achieve this goal, donate towards the course and help thousands of vulnerable communities have access to water for their daily needs.


Destiny Connect Fresh was established in 2005 with the aim of providing sustainable solutions to life’s challenges such as lack of clean water, increased poverty index, lack of accessibility to education and unemployment to vulnerable communities.

U.S.A Address

2406 SE 130th Avenue,
97233 Portland, Oregon


+1 206-712-0125

Africa, Kenya Address

Uyoma, Rarieda Sub-County, Siaya County and Manyani, Rhonda slums in Nakuru,


+254 727 352 142
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