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St. Joseph Borehole Rehab

Posted by Steve Hall on September 16

Thank you for bringing safe water to St. Joseph Primary School, Namayamba, 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 […]

Safe Water for Nativity Junior School

Posted by Steve Hall on September 16

Thank you for bringing safe water to Nativity Junior School, Uganda! Check out your impact! You brought clean water to a school with 13 staff, serving 305 students at the time of project installation Previously, students and staff fetched from ⁠an unreliable piped supply By bringing a rainwater collection system to facility grounds, we estimate […]

Mtitu Borehole Complete

Posted by Steve Hall on September 15

Mtitu Primary School is located in Kilolo district, Iringa, Tanzania. The school has an enrollment of 515 students (278 girls/237 boys) and 11 teachers/staff members. As with many villages and schools in Iringa, the lack of safe water for Mtitu School is a major problem. BEFORE: Students were expected to fetch water, several times per […]

Idodi Borehole Complete

Posted by Steve Hall on September 15

Idodi Primary School is located in Idodi Village, Tanzania. The school has a population of 953 students (446 girls and 507 boys) and 13 teachers/staff members. Access to safe water is the major problem the school faces on a daily basis. BEFORE: Students were forced to fetch water from a seasonal dam which is 1 […]

Tagamenda Project a Success!

Posted by Steve Hall on September 13

Tagamenda Primary School is a government school found within Iringa rural district in Tanzania. The school has a total of 313 students (149 girls/164 boys/6 teachers) from nursery school to standard seven. As with many villages and schools in Iringa, the lack of safe water for Tagamenda School was a major problem. The students wasted […]

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