As part of our ongoing efforts to provide clean and safe drinking water to underserved communities, the BKQ Foundation has commissioned two mechanized boreholes in Afife, Kalyekope, and Hormegobo, Adrume communities in the Ketu North Municipality.
We are excited that hundreds of individuals in these communities will now have access to reliable and sustainable sources of safe drinking water.
Access to clean water is a basic human right, yet many communities around the world still lack this essential resource. The BKQ Foundation is committed to changing this by implementing sustainable water solutions that can positively impact lives for generations to come.
Clean water is not only crucial for hydration but also plays a vital role in improving overall health, sanitation, and hygiene practices within a community. With these boreholes in place, the residents of these communities will no longer have to travel long distances or rely on unsafe water sources, reducing the risk of waterborne diseases and improving their quality of life.
The BKQ Foundation remains committed to ensuring access to clean water for all. We are actively working on several other water projects in different communities, and our mission is to continue making a positive impact on the lives of those who need it the most.