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A drop in the bucket is what we're looking for

Aqua-Africa’s mission depends on the financial support we receive from our donors. Tackling the water shortage in South Sudan requires a ground swell of support and contributions of all sizes are welcomed and appreciated. Whether a donation amounts to a drop, a bucket, or a reservoir, it represents another step in achieving our goals.


Aqua-Africa Needs Volunteers for Autumn Fundraising Event

The Aqua-Africa staff are looking for volunteers to help us plan and promote a big fundraising event this fall.

Every fall Aqua-Africa holds a fundraiser to help cover the costs of building wells, train villagers in resource management, and setting up elections for local committees to operate the wells. We only …

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Aqua-Africa Founder to Speak at Sold-Out TEDx Event

TED Talks are coming to Omaha this October and Aqua-Africa will be in on the conversation. Buey Ray Tut, Aqua-Africa’s founder and president, will be one of ten speakers to take the stage at TEDx Omaha.

If you’re unfamiliar with TED, it is an organization that facilitates global conferences on a …

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  • Village: Langabu

  • State: Central Equatoria

  • Country: South Sudan

  • Tribal Group: Bari

  • Languages: Arabic, local dialect, some English

  • Population: 830

  • Prior Well Renovation: ---

  • Drilling Date: November 5, 2011

  • Committee Members: 6 (1 man, 5 women)

  • Description: A third well in Langabu, this time in the center of the village, yields a combined 24,000 liters of clean water a day for the village.