The Sky is Not Limited presents "The Quest for Maji"
We have a special documentary of our trip to Tanzania for you to learn about the culture and to show appreciation of all your efforts in donating to this cause. For those who are feeling generous and want a keepsake of our journey and those who wish to donate a minimum donation of only $25 will get you a dvd as a way of saying thank you for your generous donation. Be sure to pass it around to educate others.
2012 African Clean Water Project
In 2012 The Sky is Not Limited donated and installed the solar equipment for two well projects. These projects were made possible through our valued partnership with African Reflections Foundation. One well was installed at a primary school for hundreds of children. The other well was located in a remote village with no previously existing well. This village is the home to approximately 800 residents. The well installations took place over 7 days and should give clean, reliable water to more than 1,000 people regularly.
Tanzania Clean Water Project
Recently, The Sky is Not Limited teamed up with African Reflections Foundations (Tanzania) to undertake the first solar powered well pump in the region. This partnership was formed to help the rural people of Tanzania have better access to clean drinking water. The village where the project was undertaken already had a deep well pump in place which was being powered by a diesel generator. The generator was using dirty and expensive fuel. Often the villagers would not run the generator due to fuel costs, resulting in the same problem for them- lack of clean water.
The Sky is Not Limited, in conjunction with African Reflections Foundation, arranged for this well pump to be replaced with a solar powered one. This new well pump eliminated the necessity for expensive fuel and allowed the villagers to run the pump much more frequently. This project was installed in November 2011. Our organization hopes to continually partner with African Reflections Foundation to actively install more clean water projects throughout the region. Special thanks to Maria Pool!