"During home visits we were encouraged by the amount of liter-sharing and good relations between families. We learned that filters truly were making a difference and felt the positive
impact through people's stories." - Aloys
When it comes to tackling a problem as big as the water crisis, you need dedicated leaders by your side—even if some of them are on the other side of the world. For 20 Liters, one of those leaders is Aloys Nsabimana, who was recently promoted to Water Project Manager for Masaka and Gahanga.
For years, Aloys has been involved with 20 Liters as a volunteer, and his hard work and passion lead to his promotion. His new role will comprise many duties, including community relations, recruitment of volunteers, assisting with the selection of filter recipients, and project follow-up. This is no small task, as 2,400 filters are planned to be installed over the next few months.
Aloys will also be reporting to us periodically with news, stories, stats, and lessons learned—right from the heart of Masaka and Gahanga. See his progress report below.