Kyotera, Uganda | 2020
A team of Aquascape Foundation volunteers installed a 32,000-gallon rainwater harvesting system at Master Cares Christian School in Kyotera, Uganda the week of January 6, 2020.
Buikwe, Uganda | 2017
The Aquascape Foundation traveled to Buikwe, Uganda in January of 2017 to install a 25,000 gallon Aquascape Rainwater Harvesting System. They provided the International Needs Hope Vocational School with a sustainable source of clean, potable water.
Ghana, West Africa | 2014
In February of 2014, the Aquascape Foundation and a team of 14 volunteers traveled to Kanuwloe, Ghana, West Africa to install the Foundation’s largest-to-date 25,000 gallon Aquascape Rainwater Harvesting System. Hear all about the trip and see the impact an Aquascape Rainwater Harvesting System can have on a community desperately in need of clean drinking water.
Dominican Republic | 2013
In February 2013, our next trip took us to the Dominican Republic where a 15,000 gallon rainwater harvesting system was installed at FilterPure Filters, a non profit organization committed to providing safe drinking water to at-risk populations of the developing world.
Uganda, East Africa | 2012
On our third trip in January 2012, the Aquascape Foundation along with 25 volunteers installed a rainwater harvesting system at the I.N. Network School in Kiyindi, Uganda.
Colombia, South America | 2010
On our second annual trip in January 2010, team Aquascape Foundation visited an I.N. Network school called La Rosa de Saron in Colombia. Another Aquascape Rainwater Harvesting System was successfully installed.
Ghana, West Africa | 2009
In January, 2009, 15 volunteers from The Aquascape Foundation installed the Aquascape Rainwater Harvesting System in the village of Kuve, Ghana, West Africa.