How a small act of kindness led to safe drinking water for a village in Ghana

On a ferry boat on the Volta River, while travelling around Ghana in 2003, Manchester-based laughter consultant Robin Graham was offered food and accommodation by the boat pilot, Kove-Yaw. A friendship was started by this kind offer. Kove-Yaw was the founder of an NGO named Kids Foundation Inc, set up to empower women and children, and he made Robin aware of a drinking water problem in the village of Fievie Dugame. The village, with about 600 houses and a population of approximately 1500-2000 people, had no drinking water, and people were forced to walk half a mile to a dirty … Continue reading How a small act of kindness led to safe drinking water for a village in Ghana