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Lions Clubs International - District 105M

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Water Projects Officer

Lion Carole Moseley

I joined Lions in January 2007 when I became a member of Droitwich Lions Club,serving as President in 2010/11 and currently as a member of 'The Fund Raising Committee' .

I feel passionately that everyone has a right to clean water, and sanitation in both an every day situation and during disasters.

Whilst I appreciate that many clubs first priority is to local good causes I hope that my enthusiasm for this aim will enable me to persuade Clubs to make a generous contribution to ongoing and future projects.

I am delighted to take over the good work of Pauline Hoogerwerf as Water Project Officer; a tough act to follow, and I am currently researching a new Project, where I plan to work with a fellow Lions Club in the chosen area.

As you will know in District 105M we prefer to support smaller projects independent of 'Water Aid' where all of the money donated is used in the chosen project avoiding additional overheads and I am at present researching a new project, and currently favour Nepal where I hope to develop a project with a local Lions Club.

The Current Situation in Nepal

  • Huge problems face communities whose water is often contaminated with arsenic due to the geographical situation of the area.

  • Almost 90% of people have access to water, but in hill areas distance to water sources are great. In the Terai wells are often highly polluted and in many areas affected by the arsenic.

  • Less than 30% of the population has access to sanitation, thus diseases spread easily.

  • Every year about 9000 children under 5 are killed from diarrhoeal diseases

Why Should You Help Support a New Project?

  • Your donation can support one of the worlds poorest communities, transforming lives by improving access to safe water, sanitation and improving personal hygiene.

  • Improve recognition of the vital importance of clean water and sanitation so that more will be done to reach those living without basic services

If you would like more information, or if you would like to arrange for me to come to one of your Club or Zone meetings, please contact me:

Lion Carole Moseley
Officer for Water Projects
01905 796565 or email

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