The poorer, rural regions of africa should also receive clean drinking water.
With clean drinking water the quality of life in the villages increases considerably, an expansion of health care becomes possible and thus also a supra regional binding of the municipalities.
As a result of the growing infrastructure, new perspectives for young people will emerge in the longer term, so that the migration to the cities can be reduced.
Eugen Müller has travelled to many countries on the African continent over the past 25 years, away from the tourist areas and tarred roads, towards which foreign aid projects have up to now been oriented.
One of the most acute problems arising in the villages far away from civilisation is the lack of drinking water.
A problem which, with the knowledge and technical possibilities we have nowadays, would be so easy to rectify.
So the native Swiss has decided to take things into his own hands.