CHICAGO, Dec. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- It Can Be Done! is pleased to announce their new Every Child Deserves Water campaign, a mission which aims to bring safe water access to schools and children in Uru East villages of Tanzania. Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161201/444666 Their goal of raising $100,000 will be used to drill a new deepwater maximum-yield borehole with a solar pumping system and piped delivery to schools and public taps. The new water source will expand ICBD's existing safe water program by extending access from one school to four schools. Community access will also be increased from 3600 to 6000 people. "By shining a light on the tremendous effect that safe water access has on our children's health and well-being, we hope to raise both funds and awareness to benefit Uru kids and their families," says Barbara Joye, Co-Founder & President of It Can Be Done!. Interested parties can learn more and support the Every Child Deserves Water campaign by visiting ICBD's GoFundMe page. For more information about It Can Be Done!'s organization and projects, go to ICBD's website at ItCanBeDoneAfrica.org. 30,000 children die each day in Africa from contaminated water and 85% of all diseases in African children under 5 are caused by water-borne illnesses. It Can Be Done! creates sustainable opportunities for safe healthy water through community participation projects located in the rural villages of Uru East, Moshi Rural District of the Kilimanjaro Region, Tanzania, Africa. In a region suffering from the loss of millennia old glacial waters due primarily to recent catastrophic climate change, women and children suffer greatly, climbing steep unsafe paths with 5 gallon buckets on their heads. Children are particularly vulnerable to waterborne diseases and often miss school in order to search for and carry water to the family.