A new opportunity for RPCVs to help deliver clean water, sanitation and hygiene to rural communities.

Most people in the developed world would agree with the statement “Water is life.” After all, our hands, lips, food, clothing, and household surfaces come in contact with clean, safe water multiple times a day. How could we exist without it and still be healthy enough to maintain our daily activities? We couldn’t. Most of us have never needed to try. Poor-quality water equates to a suboptimal life, one at significant risk of poor health, poverty, and hopelessness. Water Engineers for the Americas and Africa (WEFTA) is intent on reducing that risk by working with rural and Indigenous communities to implement sustainable water, sanitation, and hygiene
(WASH) projects where they are needed.

WEFTA heartily welcomes Returned Peace Corps Volunteers to our ranks.

Read the FULL ARTICLE as published in the Winter 2024 Edition of the National Peace Corps Association’s WorldView Magazine.

WorldView – 2024 Winter Edition