Borehole needed in remote Kyaruhimbi, Uganda

Borehole needed in remote Kyaruhimbi, Uganda

Kyaruhimbi is a Village in Ibanda District, Western Uganda . This community is mainly of small scale farmers engaging in subsistence farming. It’s a remote village.

Generally, Ibanda district is water strained area. Suubi community Projects has been putting wells in this district for the past 2 years. 

Many families depend on collecting water from surface ponds located in swamps after walking long distances. This water is often very dirty and contaminated.

The project will aim to drill a borehole in the village. The borehole will help about 150 households.

The land on which the borehole will be located is a private land belonging to one of the community members, who has consented and agreed to offer the land for public use.

This is another community interested in becoming self reliant by owning their own water source.  The only problem is that they lack the resources to pay the drill team the needed $4,500.  Here is where you and WHOlives can help.  WHOlives has offered this village the chance to pay for their well over 1 year utilizing our community funded well program.  This program help promote self reliance instead of dependency on others.

Borehole needed in remote Kyaruhimbi, Uganda

Kyaruhimbi is a Village in Ibanda District, Western Uganda . This community is mainly of small scale farmers engaging in subsistence farming. It’s a remote village.

Generally, Ibanda district is water strained area. Suubi community Projects has been putting wells in this district for the past 2 years. 

Many families depend on collecting water from surface ponds located in swamps after walking long distances. This water is often very dirty and contaminated.

The project will aim to drill a borehole in the village. The borehole will help about 150 households.

The land on which the borehole will be located is a private land belonging to one of the community members, who has consented and agreed to offer the land for public use.

This is another community interested in becoming self reliant by owning their own water source.  The only problem is that they lack the resources to pay the drill team the needed $4,500.  Here is where you and WHOlives can help.  WHOlives has offered this village the chance to pay for their well over 1 year utilizing our community funded well program.  This program help promote self reliance instead of dependency on others.

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