Join the Walk for Water in Glovertown, Nfld.

Join us on June 10 for the 19th Walk for Water to benefit Help A Village Effort. It’s a marvellous opportunity and appropriate occasion for everyone to come together to walk with millions of others in the global community who are walking daily in search of safe drinking water for their families. Raise money through pledges to bring drinking water to villages in India.

Glovertown, Nfld. Walk for Water June 13

Glovertown & area’s 17th WALK FOR WATER 2015 will take place on Saturday, June 13 from Glovertown Academy, around Ken Diamond Park and back to the Academy. If at all possible, we invite you, your family, and associates to walk the walk with us and, in a sense, with millions of others who walk daily to find household drinking water for themselves and families. Our walk goal this year is to provide at least 10 more bore wells to very needy villages in India.   Currently, H.A.V.E. Canada has 3 approved projects (with 3 of our indigenous partners in India) awaiting funding. To proceed with… [ read more ]

Vancouver Walk for Water May 30

May 30th, SATURDAY   9:30 REGISTRATION 10:00 WALK STARTS   ST. MONICA’S CHURCH, 6404 WELLINGTON AVE., WEST VANCOUVER   Join us again this year!   Dear Friends of HAVE   On May 30th our Walk will cover about 3 Km. That is the distance women walk every day of the year to fetch buckets of water for their homes. With your help on this day we will provide 3 wells so that 300 people can stay home. They will be getting clean water from a village pump footsteps away.   What better way to spend a morning.     Come out and… [ read more ]

Report from India

HAVE president Ron Reid has recently returned from an eight-day trip to India. During the trip, Ron was able to see seven of the most recent 10 wells drilled with donated money. Ron was able to check out wells installed by SUCHI, our NGO located in Andhra Pradesh (near Chittoor) about 200 kilometres west of Chennai (Madras) in India. About half of the wells were operated with electricity, while the others used hand pumps. Ron informed the board of directors on Oct. 29 that the government in India has agreed to put in tanks, taps and electrical pumps on those… [ read more ]

UNICEF report reveals troubling water statistics

A report by UNICEF called Water in India: Situation and Prospects outlines the disparity in access to water depending on social class, location and usage. Severe water shortages have led to a growing number of conflicts between users in the agricultural and industrial sectors, as also the domestic sector. The lack of water availability and poor management practices have also manifested in poor sanitation facilities, one among the biggest environmental and social challenges India faces today. – The Hindu Contaminated water is actually putting India’s rural youth at greater risk of death than in other, more impoverished, nations. Unsafe water and… [ read more ]

New photos from Barachira High School

Here are some photos from the high school HAVE helped with funds from Haliburton Highlands Secondary School.