Repairing a hand pump
Liberian Child
The People of Liberia thank
Sonya Clark & Andrew Rak (Duchess, AB)

For helping them repair dozens of broken pumps
during the month of June, 2014


Dear Sir: We are very happy for the chance to go out to the previously drilled wells to assess their function and make any necessary repairs. We spend time with the well caretakers to help them refresh their understanding of how to care for these wells and give them the knowledge they need to keep the well functioning. More and more people are coming to us now for help and we are very grateful that with your support we have the resources to spend time with them and get the wells back up and running. Thank you for helping Lifewater Liberia Inc, pump repair team

Project Summary

During this month, 9 wells were reviewed, repairs ranged from worn seals and re-chlorination to having to design a fishing tool to try to pull out the raising main that had fallen into the borehole. The community pump technician was trying to repair the pump and during this attempt the security guide rope was mistakenly untied and everything fell to the bottom.

Well Details

Project Completed: 2014-06-30 Well Depth: 0 ft.
Depth of Water: 0.00 ft. Casing Diameter: 0.00 in.
Screen Length: 0.00 ft. Developed By:
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Disinfection: Handpump:
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Every $1 you give provides a child with safe water for a year!

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Thunder Bay, ON P7E 5L1

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