Clean water is a precious in many parts of Africa. One of those places is the Bumpe Chiefdom in Sierra Leone. Through the efforts of Sarah Culberson and the Kposowa Foundation she started, Rotary International and several of it’s supporting clubs have combined resources to donate $50,000 for the constructions of new wells in the Bumpe region. These wells will supply safe, accessible water for many Bumpe residents who now spend many hours carrying water long distances.
So continues the remarkable story of Sarah Culberson and the journey that began when she first participated in the Landmark Forum and chose to find her bilogical father.
Read more about this remarkable story and see the CNN interview.