Generally no. We work with our partners in specific and limited regions of Kenya, Uganda, and Sierra Leone.
Within those regions, our partners work to identify communities who have demonstrated both a desire and a readiness for a water project, an important component in ensuring that a project will be sustained over time. With a focus on sustainability, the regional model of working provides specialized jobs and employment opportunity for the local indigenous population and ensures the projects are supported over the long term by cultivating skilled workers in the region.
Working on an individual or "one-off" projects are typically expensive, and nearly impossible to monitor long-term.