Can you imagine getting up early in the morning to fetch water for your family from a dirty stream, then walking miles and miles home with a heavy bucket, and then having to go to school?


In Malawi, Africa, this is the reality for millions of students. But YOU can help to change it! 

Freshwater Project International, in partnership with the Water and Sanitation Rotarian Action Group (WASRAG)Procter & Gamble and H20 for Life, is giving Rotary clubs, schools and individuals a chance to leverage their contributions to bring water, sanitation and hygiene education to schools in Malawi, Africa, through our WASH IN SCHOOLS program.

This year, 3 pre-selected schools in Malawi will receive a new water-point, latrines, hygiene education and access to P&G's Purifier of Water packets which purify water in their homes.

You, or your school, faith group or Rotary club can partner with a school in Malawi to help provide clean water, safe sanitation and hygiene education! 

Mselera Primary School

Status: Currently has NO clean water source and students must walk a long distance to an open pond. Latrines are in disrepair and unhygienic.

  Students:  850          Teachers:  13

Students: 850         Teachers: 13

Kalonga Community Day School

Status: NO clean water source and poor sanitary facilities, contributing to high instances of water-related diseases.

  Students:  799         Teachers:  10

Students: 799        Teachers: 10

Kapululuka Primary School

Status: NO clean water source. Students source water from open well that is dangerous and containes dirty and unprotected water. Latrines are in disrepair.

  Students:  799         Teachers:  7

Students: 799        Teachers: 7


Chikanda Primary School


Chokolo Primary School


Massiye Primary School

Mgrembavi Primary School


Sauzawana Primary School