Philanthropic
Pilgrimages

Walking for Water is a not for profit charitable organization. We believe that basic needs are a human right, and our ultimate vision is to make clean water accessible to every person alive. We reward donating enterprises with systemized advertisement on social and conventional media throughout systemized media attention produced through extreme adventurous long distance voyages known as philanthropic pilgrimages.

CURRENT AND FINISHED PROJECTS

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HAND PUMP FOR TULUN

  • Type: Hand pump
  • Location: Tulun, Sierra Leone
  • People directly affected: 1000
  • Price: 2,200 US$
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HAND PUMP FOR LEYAN

  • Type: Hand pump
  • Location: Leyan, Liberia
  • People directly affected: 760
  • Price: 3,500 US$
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ELECTRIC PUMP SYSTEM FOR LENGASTI

  • Type: Electric pumping system
  • Location: Lengasti, Tanzania
  • People directly affected: 8,000
  • Price: 19,500 US$

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My name is Charlie Uldahl Christensen

On the 18th of may 2015 I freed myself from my job, my apartment and most of my possessions and started walking from my hometown Esbjerg in Denmark to the village Lengasti in Tanzania on the East Coast of Africa.
It's now been 919 days days since the start of my journey!


See this video from March 2015 explaining the water situation in Lengasti.

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For about 4 years and more than 18.000 kilometres I will walk through 29 countries on the European and African continent.

I will work fulltime on finding new communities in need of water and promoting project sponsors by uploading content on Walking for Waters social media pages and seek media coverage in the conventional media in all countries on my way.

You can see video interviews as well as my own video footages from life on the road and my meeting with different subcultures, in the media archive, and get recent updates by follow my journey on facebook or instagram.


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