Can You Imagine Your Life 
Without Clean Water?

Think about it - no showers, no washing, no cooking.

Sadly, this is the grim reality for millions of people.

Thanks to the extraordinary HOL community, the lives of tens of thousands of people have been changed across dozens of communities in India and Africa.

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With every HOL NFT sold, we provided a life-time access to clean water To a whole family across India and five nations in Africa.
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BRICK BY BRICK, DROP BY DROP

OUR MISSION:
Bring Water Security To
1 Million People For Life
 

  • According to UNICEF, women and girls globally spend 200 million hours collecting water, every single day.
     

  • With every 300 ETH in volume of trading, we are able to fund the construction of another water well.

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“To us, prospering and giving back to society go hand in hand - it’a a win-win in every sense of the term - and we’re grateful that the House of Legends community of holders shares our vision.”
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In partnership with Drop4Drop -a global non-profit organization
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Supported by 30 communities and organizations
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A building is only as strong as its foundation. The pillars on which the House of Legends stands for are empathy, hope, and a zeal for change.
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Poovalai SC Village, India

GPS: 13°30'18.1"N 80°03'38.2"E

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 925

This community finds it difficult to source water to fulfill all of their domestic needs, so they compensate by traveling to nearby mango orchards to collect potentially contaminated water.

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Tintiba Village,  The Gambia

GPS: N13°15.912 W016°02.232

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 250

The whole community relies on one hand pump that has been breaking down over time. For a long while now, the community is using open well for drinking and other household activities which has the potential for an outbreak of waterborne diseases.

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 Sangajor Village, The Gambia

GPS: N13°13.902 W016°00.543

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 450

The community is large and have a water source that barely works. This has resulted into severe water shortages for the community especially affecting women and children.

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Thandalam SC Village,  India

GPS: 13°30'34.3"N 80°03'42.7"E

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 634

This community finds it difficult to source water to fulfill all of their domestic needs, so they compensate by traveling to nearby mango orchards to collect potentially contaminated water.

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L R Medu ST Village, India

GPS: 13°32'01.2"N 80°03'10.1"E

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 721

Community members are only able to access water for half an hour. Because families are unable to provide water for their entire families, they have resorted to traveling over 2km to private fields and collecting water that is potentially contaminated.

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Thervoy Kandigai ST, India

GPS: 13°22'24.3"N 79°59'41.5"E

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 2354

Community members are only able to access water for half an hour. This water is sour and not suitable for cooking and other domestic needs.

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Sanaputhur SC Village, India

GPS: 13°27'42.0"N 80°02'11.6"E

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 1542

The water available in this village is from the Panchayat waterline but there is an inadequate amount based on the population of the village. This community often depends on the nearest pond to make up for the clean water shortage. 

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Allipukulam SC Village, India

GPS: 13°27'35.6"N 80°02'11.3"E

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 745

There is currently only 1.5 hours worth of available water to collect meaning there is not enough clean water for community members to collect water for their families domestic use. Families are using contaminated water sources to fulfill their water needs which can waste time and cause illness. 

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Kondamanellore ST Village, India

GPS: 13°28'46.0"N 80°03'03.9"E

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 664

Community members, specifically women and children, spend a minimum of 3km walking to collect often dirty, contaminated water from the nearest fields/orchards. For domestic purposes, they are relying on a stream that is drying up quickly due to hot weather.

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Pondavakkam ST Village, India

GPS: 13°28'19.3"N 79°59'55.8"E

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 863

There is currently only 1.5 hours worth of available water to collect meaning there is not enough clean water for community members to collect water for their families domestic use.

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Aroor ST Village, India

GPS: 13°30'26.5"N 80°02'02.3"E

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 846

The lack of water often causes arguments between community members rooted from pure frustration. Women and children are walking approximately 2km per day to collect dirty, contaminated water from an alternative water source.

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Pallavada SC Village, India

GPS: 13°28'35.6"N 80°01'32.1"E

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 1712

Community members are struggling to attend their labour duties meaning they are often losing daily wages. In addition, they are unable to send their children to school on time or neat and clean which is negatively affecting their education.

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Beerakuppam, India

GPS: 13°27'31.6"N 79°50'53.9"E

Sponsored by: Buzzed Bears Hideout

Population: 1400

An inadequate water supply is provided to the community through the Panchayat water line but some days only drinking water is provided so community members are forced to use drinking water for agriculture.

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Mynapoor ST, India

GPS: 13°27'45.0"N 79°49'53.8"E

Sponsored by: DanManDo

Population: 750

Approximately 1-2 days worth of water is supplied to this community from the Panchayat water line which means community members have to use canal water for all of their other needs.

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Kadivedu SC, India

GPS: 13°27'00.7"N 79°50'32.0"E

Sponsored by: DAW

Population: 1200

In this village there is no access to the Panchayat line so community members rely on pumped water. There is not much access to drinking water in this area.

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Vajjavari Kandriga ST, India

GPS: 13°26'44.8"N 79°50'25.7"E

Sponsored by: Galaxy Eggs

Population: 956

Approximately 1-2 days worth of water is supplied to this community from the Panchayat water line which means community members have to use canal water for all of their other needs.

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Nagalapuram West SC, India

GPS: 13°23'40.6"N 79°47'31.1"E

Sponsored by: SODA

Population: 1585

An inadequate water supply is provided to the community through the Panchayat water line but some days only drinking water is provided so community members are forced to use drinking water for agriculture.

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Jambukesavapuram ST Village East, India

GPS: 13°26'26.5"N 79°48'52.6"E

Sponsored by: Surreals

Population: 1126

Approximately 2-3 days of drinking water are provided for this community per week so community members are forced to use pond water for drinking water and agriculture.

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Jambukesavapuram ST Village West, India

GPS: 13°26'17.9"N 79°48'40.4"E

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 825

An inadequate water supply is provided to the community through the Panchayat water line but some days only drinking water is provided so community members are forced to use drinking water for agriculture. If water is scarce, community members often walk over 1 km to access water.

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Nagalapuram BC, India

GPS: 13°26'26.5"N 79°48'52.6"E

Sponsored by: SODA

Population: 2865

Only 1 hour of drinking water is provided daily to this community from the Panchayat water line so they use well water for daily use.

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Damaraikuppam ST, India

GPS: 13°20'55.0"N 79°55'42.5"E

Sponsored by: Chameleon Collective

Population: 1265

Approximately 2-3 days of drinking water is supplied to this community per week in a water tank from Panchayat water line.

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Kappa Village, The Gambia

GPS: -16.100 13.184

Sponsored by: Timbo

Population: 450

This community is remote and most often forgotten. It has only one handpump which used to serve the entire community and it broke down overtime. The water crisis is real.

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Bujiga Village, The Gambia

GPS: -16.088 13.206

Sponsored by: KidCapri and Noxus

Population: 600

The current water source is not enough to serve the entire village and as a result some people took to open wells for usage which has resulted in sickness especially among women and children. 

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Domarambedu ST, India

GPS: 13°20'01.6"N 79°55'03.1"E

Sponsored by: CryptoDads

Population: 1425

Approximately 2-3 days of drinking water is supplied to this community per week in a water tank from Panchayat water line.

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Gibagari Village, The Gambia

GPS: 13.255 -16.015

Sponsored by: Alberto Del Barrio

Population: 300

The community’s only water source handpump has been broken for along while and as a result they walk miles to nearby villages of Burock and Jomo Kunda to get water which comes with bullying at times.

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Jonyer, The Gambia

GPS: -15.986 13.284

Sponsored by: DoctorPlaque and Drew (Collr.co)

Population: 250

This remote village has only one handpump serving the entire village and as a result of the high pressure it keeps breaking down due to poor standard parts and repair. This makes the villagers to use open wells which causes sickness for them.

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Kongal SC Village, India

GPS: 13°26'32.7"N 80°04'37.6"E

Sponsored by: MetaGuardians

Population: 742

Panchayath water line only supplies up to one hour of water per day to this community which is insufficient for daily life. Local laborers are unable to complete daily tasks with this small amount of safe water.

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Ramachandra Puram ST Village, India

GPS: 13°26'09.0"N 80°02'17.2"E

Sponsored by: Ard

Population: 850

Panchayath water line only supplies up to one hour of water per day to this community which is insufficient for daily life. Local laborers are unable to complete daily tasks with this small amount of safe water.

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Budur SC Village, India

GPS: 13°25'16.6"N 79°57'28.8"E

Sponsored by: Humans of the MetaVerse

Population: 1225

The population of this village have been suffering due to limited access to drinking water almost daily. Panchayath Borewells supplies for a minimum period of 1 hour by morning and evening which is not sufficient for daily use.

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Kongal Medu ST Village, India

GPS:  13°26'16.4"N 80°04'42.0"E

Sponsored by: Ethereum Towers

Population: 980

Only a few hours of water are supplied to this community per day which is not sufficient for their usage based on population. People were finding it difficult to send their children to school and the labourers to work.

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Baro Kunda Village, The Gambia

GPS:  N13°13.829 W016°03.934

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 180

The community has only one water source which keeps breaking down and always leads to shortage of water for the community. As a result, women frequently walk miles to neighboring villages in search of water.

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Jomo Kunda Village, The Gambia

GPS: N13°15.890 W015°59.879

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 300

The Village has been suffering from lack of water due to the large number of people within the community. The current water source is not enough to serve the entire village and as a result some people took to open wells for usage which has resulted in sickness, especially among women and children. 

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Kankuntu Village, The Gambia

GPS: N13°14.335 W016°05.084

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 400

The community has two water sources one of which barely works and as a result it causes severe water shortage for the community. The community’s population has also increased as they host dozens of refugees fleeing the Casamance conflict. This has severely worsened the water crisis.

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Malualdit Village, South Sudan

GPS:  8.632320, 28.376375

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 480

"My name is Kuot Akech. I am a chairperson of the water management committee in the borehole of Malualdit area. I report when there is a problem in the well to a pump mechanic to treat the problem of the borehole. The repairing of our borehole will let us appreciate the pump mechanics and we are also glad to set a relationship between them and us."

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Maluil Angui Village, South Sudan

GPS: 8.643639, 28.421810

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 480

"My name is Majok Atem. I am a chairperson of the water management committee in Maluil Angui. Our borehole was broken for two weeks without repair and during that 2 weeks, people suffered as well as their cattle, goats and sheep. Now that our well is repaired today, we are relieved not to use dirty water again."

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Panacier Village, South Sudan

GPS:  8.610040, 28.476818

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 2800

"My name is Zechariah Akuien Madut.  The repairing of the borehole will let us appreciate the pump mechanics for the borehole to be useful again. The pupils and teachers will not been using long distances again for accessing the water for drinking."

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Kogaja Village,  Kenya

GPS: S-0.720084, E34.4612

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 1000

"In order for rural communities to thrive, projects like these are vital. Access to clean water close to home cuts out the long journeys women and children were making to often contaminated sources and allows them to pursue work or education if they choose."

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Nyabola Village,  Kenya

GPS: S-0.7039, E34.4641

Sponsored by: House of Legends

Population: 1000

"In order for rural communities to thrive, projects like these are vital. Access to clean water close to home cuts out the long journeys women and children were making to often contaminated sources and allows them to pursue work or education if they choose."

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