Water well on the desert because the water is so deep, a motorized pump must be installed. The water is simply too heavy to lift from that depth with a hand pump. , run on solar panel large electric pumps, concrete cement storage tanks, and housing for it all can drive the cost up to $30,000 or more. But, since these very large systems serve so many people, they are still quite cost-effective. In fact, some of these large systems can serve over 3,000 people and more.
An example of one of our project sites is in Western Kenya, our team has had experience deep in hang dug wells. Today, however, they are working with new, small rigs provided by donors. These simple hand-dug wells can dig to about 150-200 feet. The rigs are very cost-effective and They can be moved with ease and allow work to happen quickly
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We are asking for donations for similar projects around the world. Although this advance equipment in poor country are a little expensive and need special drilling machines so please be extra generous and help the people aroud the world to have the opportunity to enjoy access of water where it’s needed.
The simplest wells have traditionally been hand dug. That's right...by hand. They can be fifty or more feet deep and are used when ground water is generally abundant. These wells are extremely dangerous to build and have cost many lives of unskilled laborers. They are also often left uncovered and easily contaminated. They aren't always an ideal solution, but when properly installed they can be quite effective. We work to ensure our partners have the right tools for the job. We want the work to be done safely for both the workers and the people who will benefit from the new source of water
Wells are built where there is plenty of water in underground sources. When you provide a well, you’re giving everyone in a community