Repairing a Village Handpump
Children Watching the Repair team at work
The People of Liberia thank
Elm Creek Mennonite Brethern Church (Elm Creek, MB)

For helping them repair dozens of broken pumps
during the month of October & November, 2014


Dear Sir: It is with great pleasure and indeed an honor to write this note of thanks for your generosity in sponsoring the pump repair that needed doing this month. Every well that we repair we spend time with the well caretakers teaching and helping them learn how to care for their handpump in a better way. The ability to travel now to various places is a bit easier as the Ebola crisis is lessening and people are better aware of the disease and less fearful of strangers. We are grateful for your help in this important work and pass to you the thankfulness of everyone we met during this month's repair projects. Your gift is appreciated With thanks L-Linc Pump repair team

Project Summary

Twelve village handpumps were inspected and serviced in October and 6 in November. Repairs were as complex as removing the entire pump, redeveloping the well and replacing worn parts and rods, to lowering the foot valve and replacing rings to restore the village water supply.

Well Details

Project Completed: 2014-10-31 Well Depth: 0 ft.
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Every $1 you give provides a child with safe water for a year!

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