At Dig Deep, we believe everyone has a fundamental right to clean water, safe toilets, and good hygiene through the achievement of UN Sustainable Development Goal 6.
Our mission is to collaborate with the Kenyan government, local businesses, and communities, to transform access to these vital services for the 1 million people of Bomet County, Kenya.
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Working with our corporate partners, schools and funders we make a far bigger impact than we could by acting alone. Together we can make real change happen in Bomet County, southwest Kenya, ensuring thousands of residents have access to clean water, safe toilets and hygiene - forever.
Bomet is home to 1 million people and one of the most underserved and least resourced areas of the country. Here, 2 out of 3 people don't have clean water, over half do not have safe toilets and children don't have access to basic hygiene education.
Most people live in rural communities and get by using their land to grow what they can and by selling anything extra they have at the market. Women and children spend hours every day walking to collect water, which is often dirty, or to find a safe place to go to the toilet. Dirty water and poor hygiene spread disease, meaning even more time is lost to sickness - time that could have been spent on work or education.
Through helping children and their families to realise their right to clean water, safe toilets, and good hygiene, your support will save lives, improve education, empower women and girls, and strengthen livelihoods.