Water Harvest International
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Mwolcwinye Village Well

Donated by Villages of Hope Africa

Well Data
Well Data

Agoro Village Well

Well and Borehole Data


Village: Mwolcwinye
Number of Users: 150
Attended Sanitation Training: 58
Heard the Word: 120
Health Clinic:


Date Drilled: November 14, 2013
Date Completed: November 19, 2013
Location: N02.973012, E032.372386
Final Depth: 40M
Depth first water was found:
Max Yield: 8000+lts/hr
Pump Installed:
Pump Depth:


Vincent's Story:

Gordon's Story

"My name is Vincent Ochen and I am a resident of Mwolcwinye. I am 65 years old. Unfortunately, my wife died and I take care of our four children alone. I fetch water from two streams. One is near my home, but the water in it is completely dirty because animals drink from it. So I fetch water from it only for cooking and go to the other stream, which is far away. The water in this stream is fairly clean, so I use it for drinking.

I am happy for the donor who has done his or her best by donating for us a borehole in which we can now enjoy drinking clean water like any other person in Uganda. This borehole can be used for generations to come in this village. May God bless the donor. Our community will not forget this donor. The suffering we were experiencing is now over. Many children grew up and got married and did not enjoy clean water. Today this community is more than happy. No one has ever done anything like this in our village. Water is life.

On my behalf and on behalf of the community of Mwolcwinye, I thank the donor and Water Harvest International for their great work in drilling this borehole. May God bless Water Harvest International and the crew. God should protect them so that they may continue to save the unreached communities in East Africa."

Gloria's Story:

Betty's Story

"My name is Gloria Atto and I have been a resident of Mwolcwinye for 16 years. I recently took the primary leaving examination and am waiting for my results, which will come out in February 2014. It is difficult to get clean water. I fetch water from a stream before I go to school in the morning. This water is contaminated by animals and many people in my village have fallen sick because the water is dirty.

I am excited and more than happy for the donor for remembering my village and giving us a borehole. This clean water is now helping me and my community. May God bless him/her and the people from Water Harvest International who drilled this borehole. I will not forget the donor."



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