World Change Through Water Wells

Check out this amazing couple who are a living example of dedication to world change. I met John and Kaysie Campbell in Sierra Leone out on their compound where they set out with teams of men to hand drill and case clean, sustainable water wells for thousands of people to drink freely.


They took a leap of faith, left America and opened up a business drilling wells in Africa. From financial hardships to Malaria to raising a newborn baby, amongst a plethora of real life challenges I couldn’t have imagined… nothing is stopping them. They are raising their kid in a foreign African country while making world change. Why? Because it is their dream. And to boot, they are madly in love.


See their video and watch how John leads his team of hand well drillers to build a well from scratch. From nothing but red dirt to a steady stream of crystal blue water, see the faces of the kids as they pump their livelihood into buckets. Dive into the life and culture of two who are truly making things happen, and way behind the scenes. Only 172 people have seen this video, and all 6 minutes of it is nothing short of amazing.


Africa is a diverse continent with many variables, but when you land it’s nothing like you would imagine.¬†John and Kaysie have given me insight into living in Africa on the ground first hand, and have proved how taking some time away to make real change is very achievable and can create some serious impact to change lives. It is truly possible for the every day person.


Watch this short video below and maybe, just maybe something will spark deep inside of you too.


Imagine Water Sierra Leone from John Campbell on Vimeo.

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About the Series

Travel by Dart is a new web series that combines adventure travel, reality tv and philanthropy. Each episode two friends throw a dart at the world's map and travel wherever it lands, with the purpose of helping the people or the land.

The show delivers an inspiring tale of two young men and how they overcome the challenges that face them along the way to complete each mission.

Travel to the ends of the earth helping the people and the land, from the arctic islands of Svalbard, 300 miles from the north pole addressing the polar bear cause, to a cross-country tour of Russia where they combat youth homelessness and expose mafia violence.

This show is for all ages. Stay tuned as Sorin and Matt continue to film this ongoing journey.