Water Harvest International
Water Harvest International
WHI

Pawel-Angai Village Well

Donated by Villages of Hope Africa

Well Data
Well Data
Location
Location
Photos
Photos
Stories
Stories

Lukura Primary School

Well and Borehole Data

WELL DATA

Village:Pawel-Angai
Payam:
Administrator:
Number of Users:150
People at Sanitation Training:78
Church: Yes
School: Yes
Health Clinic:


BOREHOLE DATA

Date Drilled: January 28, 2013
Date Completed:Febuary 3, 2013
Location:N03.022961, E032.233500
Final Depth:72M
Depth first water was found:
Max Yield: 2487+lts/hr
Pump Installed: India Mark II
Pump Depth:

Stories STORIES

 

Abola's Story:


Alison's Story
"I am Mr. Abola Simon, I stay in Angany Village in Pawel-Gulu. I was born in 1986. We go to fetch water from a stream called Aringa within our village. The distance to reach the water point is 1 kilometer. People turn to drink in Unyama stream. When we came back from the refugee camp after the war we take water from the same Unyama stream.

In our community we travel 7 kilometers to Ajulu Health Centre in Patiko sub-county and Atong Health Centre in the Amur District. Some we times fail to get healing medicine, which results in the death of many children. We need support in opening a school and church, as well as agricultural support.

The current borehole drilled by the WHI crew will improve the health of the community from diseases such as Bilharzia and many others associated with contaminated water sources.

On behalf of the community and myself I urge the team to continue with their humble spirit of doing their work. Many thanks to the donors and the company, may God bless and protect them."

Mary's Story:

 
Joyce's Story

"I live in Angany Village in Pawel-Gulu. I am 56 years old and a grandmother of many children.

We have drank water from Aringa stream in the village since 1986, even after we returned from the displaced camps during the war in Northern Uganda. Unyama is the current stream we are using. The Aringa streams dried off many years ago since our fathers and grandfathers. I cannot even recall the year.

Our major problems are water and the lack of healthcare centers. I’m praying to God now for a health center because water is now present.

The current borehole drilled by the Water Harvest International will improve the community by reducing the rate of water borne diseases. I am so happy for the presence of the Villages of Hope Africa who organized for the drilling of this borehole in our village."

 

 

 

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