The Overland Expo Foundation is proud to announce the awarding of a $5,000 to Vox United to execute the Overland & Water Project—an initiative designed to refurbish and restore five non-functioning wells for five communities in central Mozambique. The project itself is executed by trained well mechanics who travel via motorcycle through Africa’s bush to help people in living in disadvantaged, off-the-grid communities.

ABOUT Vox United

Vox was born in the bush of rural Mozambique back in 2008. Moved by the staggering number of children sick & dying from preventable water-born diseases, they decided to roll up their sleeves and do something about it. The word VOX is Latin for “voice.” Their motivation centers on bringing practical, real-time hope to the voiceless of our world. Vox Moto Mechanics are equipped for community mobilization and sustainability development. They use an abbreviated jump-start model.

Vox workers meet with community leaders to assess the current WASH oversight status, identify the break down, and work with community leaders to create a community strategy for bolstering or jump-starting WASH activities.

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The Impact

The Overland & Water project not only helps hundreds of children and families but also creates a practical vision for how overlanders everywhere can use their vehicles and adventures to give back and make the world a better place for others.

Learn more about Vox United

Learn more about Vox United and how you can help bring drinking water to remote communities in Africa, visit their website: