This project will serve 10 village tap-stands affecting 9,055 people including two additional schools other than Irimba Primary School where the water source is located and has already been constructed by DLDT and working for a few years now. In 2018, DLDT opened a eep borehole project at Irimba Primary School and stuck water-gold. This area is a dry cattle cooridor and finding this source drew attention from many villages. People started lining up for 14-20 hours at a time to collect and haul 20 liters of water (one container).
To remove this hardship of waiting and walking- for miles- DLDT needs to expand the high-yielding water sources’ water to serve other villages without hand pumping. Tap stands will be constructed and maintained by local WaSh committees which have already been formed.
To sponsor this project directly please contact Erin Huber.