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Amoke Borehole

Posted by Steve Hall on November 10

Amoke Primary School is located in Pader District, Latanya sub-County, Uganda. The current enrollment consists of 386 boys and 217 girls. BEFORE: The school’s only current water source is a rainwater harvesting tank which provides water during the rainy season but soon dries up. For the majority of the year, the students and staff are […]

Westridge Water Warriors

Posted by Steve Hall on November 9

Westridge School for Girls in Pasadena, CA has a deep commitment to service. Students have passionately raised awareness about the lack of fresh water in the developing world, and have loved making a real difference in their world! Our middle school Water Warriors were very motivated when they learned that children on the other side […]

Mukono Borehole Rehab

Posted by Steve Hall on November 8

Thank you for bringing safe water to Mukono Diocese School, Lukojo, Uganda! A borehole well is a simple hand pump well that typically ranges from 30 to 250 ft deep. Even though this mechanical pumping system is the most common method of water delivery across Africa, the wells include so many moving parts and endure […]

Kisowera Borehole Rehab

Posted by Steve Hall on November 8

Thank you for bringing safe water to Kisowera Primary School, Lukojo, Uganda! A borehole well is a simple hand pump well that typically ranges from 30 to 250 ft deep. Even though this mechanical pumping system is the most common method of water delivery across Africa, the wells include so many moving parts and endure […]

St. Peters Bukanlango Project Complete

Posted by Steve Hall on November 8

Our implementing partner, Ugandan Water Project, erected a 10,000-liter polyethylene tank on a base made of brick, hard core, and cement. Once cured, the crew placed the tank on the base, made an overflow hole in the top of the structure and attached a pipe to it that extends six inches beyond the perimeter of […]

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