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Man From Kenya Travels Daily To Bring Truckload Of Water For Thirsty Animals To Save Them From Dying


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There are many inappropriate weather and climatic changes going on in the world. Many parts of the world are experiencing the consequences of the bad weather. Kenya is one of them. Since June 2018 Kenya is suffering from a severe drought which is disastrous for both animals and humans. The drought has led to decrease in yielding crops and it is being very difficult for people to continuing any of the agricultural activities.

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Here Is Kenya's Water Man Who Travels Miles Daily To Save animals From Thirst Providing Them Truckloads Of Water

Not only humans it is affecting the animals too are drying up their water holes. Fortunately, Patrick Kilonzo Mwalua, now also known as Kenya’s water man who works as a pea farmer in a Kenyan village drives for hours just to save these animals from dehydration and provide them water. He serves the animals of the Tsavo West National Park in Kenya. He travels a long distance to reach there everyday carrying nearly 3,000 gallons (approx. 11,356 liters) of water in his truck.

Here Is Kenya's Water Man Who Travels Miles Daily To Save animals From Thirst Providing Them Truckloads Of Water

He said, “Last night, I found 500 buffalo waiting at the water hole. When I arrived, they could smell the water. The buffalo were so keen and coming close to us. They started drinking while I was standing there. They get so excited.”

Here Is Kenya's Water Man Who Travels Miles Daily To Save animals From Thirst Providing Them Truckloads Of Water

He has set up a page named as GoFundMe to let people know about the great work he is doing and give their contributions for it.
“There is completely no water, so the animals are depending on humans.” If we don’t help them, they will die,” he told The Dodo. He has also built gravel-lined water holes to save water from seeping into the earth.

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Here Is Kenya's Water Man Who Travels Miles Daily To Save animals From Thirst Providing Them Truckloads Of Water

The one truck has now changes into many and he is now able to provide water in many regions across the African savannah. Three women from US named Angie Brown, Cher Callaway, and Tami Calliope has teamed up with him to help him in the great work he doing.

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Here Is Kenya's Water Man Who Travels Miles Daily To Save animals From Thirst Providing Them Truckloads Of Water