Gambia Safe Water Project achieves second credit issue

16 October, 2023 | Prince Teye
Categories: Carbon Offsetting, Climate Change, CO2balance, Safe Water, Sustainable Development Goals, The Gambia, West Africa

Our Gambia Safe Water project has issued credits for the second time, and this is nothing but exciting! Why? Because aside from leading to a financial commodity which sale ensures project sustainability and continuous impact in our target communities, it also signals a 360 monitoring-round success of project activities, while rubber stamping the authenticity of our initiatives and interventions.



Our first Safe Water Gambia credits have been successfully issued!

11 May, 2021 | Amie Nevin
Categories: Safe Water, The Gambia

CO2balance and our in-country partner United Purpose rehabilitated 80 boreholes between Jan-April 2020 across the 6 districts within The Gambia. This project delivers safe water to rural communities who, prior to the project, were relying on unsafe, open wells and polluted rivers and therefore collecting water that needed to be purified before it was safe… Read the full article >



A Gambian Case Study

11 September, 2020 | Amie Nevin
Categories: Case Study, Safe Water, The Gambia

Fanta Kinteh, who lives with her 4 children in Brikama Ba (Central River Region), has expressed how the repair of the well in her village has restored and improved her family’s access to safe water: “We used to travel 700 meters to the nearest village to fetch water. This has taken most of my time,… Read the full article >


United Purpose and CO2balance – preventing the spread of COVID-19 in The Gambia

17 June, 2020 | Amie Nevin
Categories: CO2balance, COVID-19, Safe Water, The Gambia

Improving communities’ access to clean water during the COVID-19 emergency through the rehabilitation of boreholes. The global community is racing to slow down and eventually halt the spread of COVID-19, a pandemic that has claimed hundreds of thousands of lives and sickened 4.5 million people. In Africa, the virus has spread to dozens of countries… Read the full article >