Main problem

Almost one-fifth

of the world’s population don’t have access to clean water.


at least 2 billion people use a drinking water source contaminated with faeces.

3.4 million deaths

a year from water diseases, making it leading cause of death in world

By 2025

half of the world’s population will be living in water-stressed areas.

Our approach

Step 1

Collecting information

Before we start our project in a particular region, we collect information about the region’s water shortage, local communities, and topography.

Step 2

Forming village committees

Once information is collected, we engage with the local community members and the state authorities to form a village committee and make sure we are fully supported.

Step 3

Educating community members

Once the pump is installed and working properly, the local community members are trained on how to use and maintain the solar powered well.

Step 4

GPS coordinates

The final step is to equip each well with GPS coordinates, so we can collect data directly from each well. Should you decide to visit a particular site to make sure your donations are spent as promised, these coordinates will help you locate the well.

Applied technologies

Solar-Powered Water wells

I AM PART OF uses submersible groundwater pumps by GRUNDFOS to provide the best water solutions in remote areas, where water is scarce, and the power supply is non-existent or unreliable. Also, I AM PART OF uses solar panels from SOLARTECH, which allows us not to worry about the quality of the equipment.

Since there is no shortage of sunlight in Africa, solar powered wells are feasible and environmentally sustainable and there is enough solar energy to supply all the water demand. A solar powered well pumps more water than a hand pump, they are designed to draw up water and fill the water tank attached to the well.

Completed projects

Madagascar240000 people

Building 4 Solar-powered wells for Ampanihy, Madagascar


$60000 / $60000

Kenya800 people

Hand pump for Tabia village


$5025 / $5025

Kenya600 people

Solar powered well for Jikaze village


$15000 / $15000

Kenya1050 people

Solar powered well for Mwaloya village


$15000 / $15000