The effects of climate change are clear in many of the areas that Just a Drop work in; whether it be through droughts in Zambia, extreme floods in Uganda and Cambodia or failed rains in Kenya. These climatic extremes, combined with future population growth and increased demand for water, is putting increasing pressure on water security both now and also in the future.

Nancy Stone, Just a Drop’s volunteer hydrogeologist, explains how our work helps to improve access to water and build communities’ resilience to climate change.

Help us mitigate climate change

From developing ground water with boreholes in Zambia, or harvesting rainwater through rock catchments and sand dams in Kenya, Just a Drop is working hard to mitigate the effects of climate change in the communities we serve. But, we cannot do this alone, we need your help!

As little as £30 goes a long way with the way we work - click here to make a difference today. And from all of us at Just a Drop - thank you!