Where we work in Kenya 8 out of 10 people lack access to clean water and sanitation. Our mission is to change this.
Dig Deep works to help schools and communities get access to water and sanitation. We work together to build taps and toilets; to ensure that water and sanitation services are maintained for the long term; and to provide vital hygiene training to the next generation.
We aren’t trying to solve every problem everywhere - instead, we know that our work is going to be most effective if we focus. We work with Narok and Bomet Counties in the South West of Kenya, where currently 8 out of 10 people lack access to clean water and sanitation.
We put every project we do on Google Maps so that our supporters and the communities we work with can see exactly where our charitable funds are spent.
Since we were founded 10 years ago, Dig Deep has built taps and toilets that are serving over 27,000 people at any one time and rolled out training directly to over 26,000 people.
In the next 5 years, we expect that these taps and toilets will provide clean water and improved sanitation for more than 46,000 people and the training will contribute to improved hygiene for as many as 219,000 people.
Our target is to double this reach in the next 3 years.
We want to double our impact in the next 3 years. Please help us get there.
Climb a mountain, join an event, become an Ambassador, Link Your Loo and much, much more! Your contribution and support will help us to transform lives by providing access to clean water. sanitation, and hygiene training to communities and school children in rural Kenya.
There are lots of ways you can help to support Dig Deep. Have a look at the ways you can make a difference below...