A COMMUNITY-DRIVEN PUBLIC HEALTH PROJECT IN MALI
urgent: covid-19 support
COVID-19 is spreading quickly on the continent of Africa.
The World Health Organization has advised that Africa prepare for the worst. To give the local health care professionals the best chance of keeping themselves and the community safe, we've launched a campaign to purchase some of the most critically-needed supplies.
We've nominated Wash Project ambassadors reaching every neighborhood in Ouelessebougou to help us deliver soap, clean water and protective masks for free to the most vulnerable.
We will continue this work until we have made it past COVID-19 together.
Our financial goal is $15,000.
WHAT WE DO
Washing hands with soap is one of the most powerful and cost-effective life saving measures on earth.
The Wash Project began as a vehicle to share this critical message. Since 2011, it has grown into an entrepreneurial development initiative for local women, helped young people develop leadership skills, and started sports tournaments that draw thousands of spectators each year, all to reinforce our main message:
washing hands with soap saves lives.