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Paranga Village Well

Donated by Villages of Hope Africa

Well Data
Well Data
Location
Location
Photos
Photos
Stories
Stories

Agoro Village Well

Well and Borehole Data

WELL DATA

Village:Paranga
Payam:
Number of Users: 450
Attended Sanitation Training: 43
Heard the Word: 320
Church:
School:
Health Clinic:


BOREHOLE DATA

Date Drilled: November 28, 2013
Date Completed: November 30, 2013
Location: N02.902486, E032.204075
Final Depth: 40M
Depth first water was found:
Max Yield: 1846+lts/hr
Pump Installed:
Pump Depth:

Stories STORIES


Ben's Story:


Gordon's Story

"My name is Abola Ben and I am an elder of Paranga Village. I am 62 years old and God has blessed me with children who are grown up and now living with me in Paranga village. Other members of the community and I fetch water from a shallow well, and the number of people lining up for water is high. In a day my family fetches 40 liters of water due to congestion at the shallow well and it is worse during dry season because the water level in this shallow well drops and some people in this village get water from the stream. Due to dirty water, diarrhea, typhoid and other waterborne related diseases are highly affecting people.

On behalf of myself and Paranga community, I would like to thank the donor for his/her kind offer of this borehole. I am happy and enjoy seeing clean water being drilled in my village. God should reward the donor, and the community of Paranga will not forget the donor in a special way. I thank Water Harvest International and the crew in particular for drilling this clean borehole."

Christine's Story:

 
Betty's Story

“My name is Christine Agun and I am 56 years old. Since the establishment of this village, no clean drinking water has been drilled for the community of Paranga - until today when Water Harvest International came for us. People drank water from a spring, with a huge number lining up waiting to fetch water. On behalf of all the women of Paranga village and myself, I would like to thank the donor for his/her kind offer of this borehole into our village and that we are able to drink clean and sustainable water. I will happily enjoy this clean water being drilled in our village. God should reward the donor, and the community of Paranga will not forget the donor. Also in a special way I thank Water Harvest International and the crew in particular for drilling for us this clean borehole."

 

 

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