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The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -
The Water Project: Eburenga School Well -

Project Status



Project Type:  Borehole Well and Hand Pump

Program: Wells for Schools - Kenya

Impact: 0 Served

Project Phase:  Installed - Feb 2009

Functionality Status:  Partner Monitoring Unavailable

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Community Profile

Water is Flowing at the Eburenga School

The new well project started a few weeks ago at the Eburenga school
in Western Kenya is now complete.  There is clean and safe water now
flowing to hundreds of students and the surrounding community.

Update 8/27/2010 – This well is currently under repair to replace a sub-standard well pump.  Number served will be tracked on the new project page.

Updates can now be found at:

http://thewaterproject.org/community/projects/kenya/well-rehab-in-kenya-459

We're just getting started, check back soon!


Project Photos


Project Type

Borehole and Hand Pump

Girls and women walk long distances for water when safe water is very often right under their feet! Underground rivers, called aquifers, often contain a constant supply of safe water – but you have to get to it. No matter what machine or piece of equipment is used, all drilling is aiming for a borehole that reaches into an aquifer. If the aquifer has water - and after the well is developed - we are able to pull water to the surface utilizing a hand-pump. If all goes as planned, the community is left with a safe, closed water source providing around 5 gallons of water a minute through a hand-pump.



Sponsors

Individuals:
Gift Date Between 06/01/2008 — 07/31/2008

Groups:
Keswick Baptist Church
Faith Lutheran Church.