Arcesse has a beautiful and numerous family. His wife Moulaye is a great cook and very skilled in Senegalese cousine, and they live with their daughter Fatou, that has three wonderful children. Arcesse is very proud of his grandchildren, and wants to be around them as much as he can: they all want to study and become teachers and doctors. Being six people, the family had a deep need for clean water access, both to work, to eat and for their hygiene. Now that the water point is near their house, Arcesse only has to worry about having as much fun as he can with his grandchildren!
During our Water Expedition in Senegal, we had the pleasure to discover the country’s rich and diverse cousine: its influences can are from all over the world, and can be found in the North African, French, and Portuguese food traditions. But the most important influence was from the Wolof cousine, consisting mostly of fish, lamb and beef.
Maddalena is one of the most important international companies in the water metering instruments field. Founded in 1919, the company has constantly developed its organizational structure and its range of domestic and large user meters, to the point where it is now meeting the requirements of the main water utilities worldwide and manufacturing over three million meters every year.
Siamo felici di annunciare che anche Eni Gas e Luce ha deciso di imbarcarsi nella mission di WAMI e trasformare l’azione quotidiana di bere in un’impresa straordinaria che lascia un’impronta positiva sul mondo.
Entrando nella community, di fatto, hanno contribuito alla realizzazione del progetto idrico a sostegno del Villaggio di Tenghori – Distretto VI, con il quale si si è dato accesso diretto all’acqua potabile a ben 37 famiglie per i prossimi 30 anni.
Per ogni famiglia è stato installato un rubinetto davanti la propria casa, per agevolare le attività quotidiane.
Officine Panerai, last December together with WAMI completed the construction of a water network for the supply of drinking water to 9 families in the Village of Makarongoni, in Tanzania. Direct access to drinking water was guaranteed to 46 people, thanks to the installation of taps in their homes.