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Middleburg American Girl Camp Takes Challenge

middleburg1The American Girl Camp at the Middleburg Community Center is taking part in The Water Challenge this week to learn about water access issues around the world.  Since our theme has been “Around the World in Five Days,” it was a terrific opportunity to teach the girls about water access problems that families face across the globe, particularly in India, one of the countries we focused on this week.

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2,000 Cans Bring Water to 100 people

1971-PileofCansA quick note of thanks to Rebbeccah S., age 13, who collected over 2,000 pop cans (and a few cash donations too) so she could donate to The Water Project.

Rebbeccah raised over $600 and will help provide clean water to over 100 people in Western Kenya in just a few months time!

Way to go Rebbeccah! Stay tuned for updates on your project…


 

Precious Academy Well

Precious Academy Makunga5Our crew has just sent in some photos from the Precious Academy in Western Kenya.

For this project our crew was sent in to replace a well that had not been drilled properly by another driller.  The old well had collapsed internally.  The school and local community were in desperate need of a clean, safe and reliable water source.

The good news on this project is that the well pump from the faulty borehole could be salvaged and is in good working order.  The last step before this project will be complete is moving that pump onto the new borehole casing seen in the pictures below.

We’re awaiting a full report including more photos, GPS coordinates and the total number of people it will benefit.  We hope to update this post soon with that new information.

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Ebubayi Community Well

Ebubayi5Update: Jan 05, 2010:  This well is complete.

Lat: 0.30648 N  Long: 34.28882 E

People Served: 700

The drilling failed twice as the crew encountered hard rock. On the third attempt they were able to break through and reach deep enough for clean, safe water. An Afri-dev hand-pump was installed and water flow was measured at 40 liters/min.

The community leader said,

“The response was positive and encouraging. The members through their committee promised to take good care of their new current water source. They also prayed for the blessings to those who donated towards its construction.”

Previously this community drank from a dirty, un-protected stream about 3km away.  A community member noted that the former water source “caused water borne diseases such as diarrhoea and Dysentery plus coughs.”

Today a water committee of 5 men and 7 women oversee the new well, making sure it will serve this community for many years to come.

This well is being funded by:

Indian Hill Church – Cincinnati, OH


See more pics of the drilling process inside