A Milestone in Malawi

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 Impact of Clean Water

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!

Two Years After Hurricane Michael: Returning to our Roots

As our Hurricane Michael recovery work comes to end, discover our impact and what comes next.

Smiling Faces at Matundu School

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.

Welcome to Malawi!

Welcome to Malawi!

In January of 2020, our CEO, Chad Zibelman, traveled to southeastern Africa to establish a Sonder Project office in Malawi. Often referred to as “The Warm Heart of Africa,” the country is known for its friendly people and Lake Malawi, its vast freshwater lake.

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Annie-Jean

Annie-Jean

“Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow may never be, so I am focused on today.” – Annie-Jean
Annie-Jean, 67, was born and raised in Panama City.  The only time she spent elsewhere was a short stint working for Job Corps in New Jersey.

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