Pump Aid deliver cleaner and safer water solutions in Malawi. Since the charity started in 1998 they have brought water to over 1.35 million people, which, as Joanna points out, is a “huge amount of change in a relatively short space of time.”

The charity are currently working on bringing sustainable water solutions to people in Malawi. Joanna, Emily, Iain and Cara (two staff and two volunteers) tell us about this and more in episode 44 of the Good News Shared podcast. Listen to the interview below:


Click here to listen to the interview on iTunes

In the interview you will hear about:

  • The work Pump Aid do
  • Why Iain and Cara got involved with the charity
  • The impact the work Pump Aid is having
  • The pilot model Pump Aid are working on which, as Joanna explains, will lead to “no more need for intervention.. and everyone will have water access”
  • Why Pump Aid are looking for new volunteers and how you can get involved if you would like to
  • Some good news from the charity

… And much more!

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Nisha Kotecha is the Founder of Good News Shared. Having worked and volunteered for charities in the UK for over 10 years, Nisha is on a mission to highlight how amazing charities are.

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