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Lacede 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: Lacede
Well Number: AW-002
Payam:
Number of Users: 225
Attended Sanitation Training: 100
Heard the Word: 182
Church:
School:
Health Clinic:


BOREHOLE DATA

Date Drilled: June 14, 2014
Date Completed: June 16, 2014
Location: N02.939620, E032.445509
Final Depth: 42M
Depth first water was found:
Max Yield: 12,000+lts/hr
Pump Installed:
Pump Depth: 21M

Stories STORIES


Quinto's Story:


Gordon's Story

"My name is Obwaya Quinto and I am 65 years old. I am married to Ataro Alice and God has blessed us with children. I have been working for the government in the department of agriculture as an engineer for 30 years. I settled in Lacede village in 2010.

When I came back to resettle, there was a big problem of getting clean water. The only borehole is 2 kilometers away. I bought two bicycles for my children so they can fetch water from the borehole, but some of the community members fetch water from a hand dug well that sometimes dries up.

I appreciate what the donor has done for our community by proving clean water. 225 people in this village, both young and old, will benefit from this borehole. The rate of sickness will be reduced and the health of the people will improve. Many thanks to the donor and Water Harvest International for drilling clean water in the community of Lacede. God bless."

Atongt's Story:

 
Betty's Story

"My name is Yunnis  Atong. I am 23 years old and married to William Opia. God has blessed us with two children. Due to political instability, we ran to an IDP camp and later came back to resettle. Now, after 5 years in this village, I fetch water from a hand dug well that is contaminated by animals. Our community suffers from many sicknesses and waterborne diseases.

I am happy and excited for the donor for taking away the suffering of the women in this village by drilling a clean borehole and reducing the rate of sickness. I also thank Water Harvest International."

 

 

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