Check the Regions

The Maghreb

The Maghreb - means “place of sunset” or “western” in Arabic.

The term loosely applies to those nations north of the Sahara Desert with strong ethnic connections to the Middle East. Read More

West Africa

Like many other regions of Africa and the world, West African children suffer from very preventable diseases… if only adequate, clean water were available. Take the problem of trachoma for example. Read More

East Africa

In East African nations, as in other areas as well, women and girls are disproportionately impacted by the problem of inaccessible water. Read More

Central Africa

Clean consumable water is rare in most of Africa, even though several major rivers cross the continent and some of the largest freshwater lakes in the world are found there. Read More

Southern Africa

The famous Zambezi River, and Victoria Falls, listed as one of the seven natural wonders of the world, provide Southern Africa with a water landmark of epic proportions! Read More

Success Stories

The View From A Village Church Door

The View From A Village Church Door

Some people drive SUV's so they can feel a bumpy road and enjoy an extreme adventure. In Africa, rough bumpy roads are commonplace experiences in trying to find villages that desperately need running water. Read More

Wheelbarrows Full of Water for Christmas

Wheelbarrows Full of Water for Christmas

This past Christmas (2007), the local Assemblies of God congregation in Sekamaneng was wishing for a well. Read More


The Mission

The Mission

Assemblies of God World Missions – Africa has launched a major effort to respond to Africa’s critical need for safe and available water. Read More

The Motive

The Mission

Africa has about 9% of the world’s water resources but 13% of the world’s population. This means that the amount of water for each person is well below the world average and often at great distance from the people. Read More

The Methods

The Mission

AOP projects focus on communities with evident felt need for water. Providing or improving safe water availability should emerge as a priority in the community in the initial contacts and the assessment process. Read More

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