How to Help

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.


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    Maiwut Power and Water Agreement

    On Saturday, November 16th, Aqua-Africa and the Maiwut Community in Upper Nile State, South Sudan agreed to start the process for establishing an off-grid water and power utility for the community in 2020 – 2021. Even though there are significant challenges to overcome before the taps are opened and the …

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    State of Emergency

    Abnormally heavy seasonal flooding has devastated large areas of South Sudan since July 2019.  Nearly 1 million people are being affected by the rains, many of whom were already food insecure. Current forecasts are the rains will likely continue until the end of November and put more people at risk. …

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    Seeking An Intern!

    Aqua-Africa is seeking an intern that can help the organization increase and improve its social media engagement, web content, and fundraising campaigns. Do you still have interest? Or could you recommend a college student who may have interest? The time commitment is fairly modest; yet an opportunity to make a sizeable …

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    Bridging the Gap

    As part of Aqua-Africa’s “Bridging the Gap” initiative, Buey Tut and Mabior Acouth traveled to Lyons, Nebraska on September 10th to share their immigrant story with students of Lyons-Decatur Northeast High School. The collaboration is the brainchild of Paul Timm, the high school’s science teacher. Mr. Timm is a National …

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    May 2019 Survey Activity

    In mid-May, Aqua-Africa’s Executive Director, Mr. Buey Tut, traveled to Maiwut Town, South Sudan to perform a community needs assessment and geophysical survey. A team of local residents was hired and trained to conduct the interviews. Maiwut Town’s water, sanitation, health, education and power needs were evaluated.  Later, in mid-July, …

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