Thanks to Mother Nature’s generosity, our rainwater harvesting tanks are brimming with clean, safe water. With every drop, we’re reminded of the life-changing impact of water on communities in need.


We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with the Addax and Oryx Foundation, who have generously funded the N’sengoni community project, which includes 80 residential rainwater harvesting systems and residential greenhouses. The project also provides a large-scale greenhouse, next to the Upendo Primary School, for the economic development of a women’s cooperative.



Of the 200+ women working for Save the Rain, 99% are members of microfinance lending cooperatives. These groups support each other in times of struggle and moments of growth by pooling money and offering small loans. As global inflation rose this past year, the cooperatives ceased to lend. If you owed money, many loans were recalled, and collateral like cattle or donkeys were taken instead of payment. The downward spiral leads to more hardship.

We saw an opportunity to support our staff by assisting them to create their own lending cooperatives. Save the Rain acts as a sponsor or donor to support pathways to greater prosperity or the creation of bridges in times of hardship. The idea was so well received that by the end of next month, four cooperatives will be registered and functional as a tool for economic development. It doesn’t take much for these women to soar, and we are so grateful for the opportunity to help them take flight. Thanks to you.

Thank you for being a part of our journey and spreading love and kindness with us.

Happy Valentine’s Day!