We are so excited to welcome Jervas Chikombe (Malawi) and Wielfried Lompo (Burkina Faso)!
The Sonder Project is thrilled to share the commencement of a brand new student sponsorship program supporting vulnerable students to stay in school.
March 22, 2021 is World Water Day, an annual event established by the UN in 1993 to raise awareness about the global water crisis. Perhaps for most people living in the United States, the importance of a day to celebrate water is easily overlooked.
The Sonder Project is proud to celebrate International Women’s Day and share the stories of some...
Agness Mwale used to wake up at 2 am, gather her water containers, and walk down to the dry river bed to collect water for her 7-person household. Because it was a dry river, the process was not as simple as just putting your bucket in the water and watching it fill-up.
The 17 Sonder wells currently installed impact an average of 2,462 people. At the cost of $11,000 per well, that’s less than $5 per person!
As our Hurricane Michael recovery work comes to end, discover our impact and what comes next.
In the village of Galileya, (located in central Malawi) 400 middle school students at Matundu Primary were greeted by a brand-new school block following their return from the Coronavirus school closures.
146 days is all it took for Kurt Freudenreich to complete 3,300 miles on the Continental Divide Trail. He is walking to bring clean drinking water to communities with The Sonder Project.
Destiny reveals itself in a bar on the edge of Wyoming’s Red Desert.
With all of you, The Sonder Project has been watching Coronavirus sweep across the nation and the world, and we have been adjusting our plans accordingly to respect public health guidelines.
Kurt Freudenreich is a Man on Mission as he prepares for his journey, Walking for Wells.