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New Well for Sundaygar Town (Quarter#2)
Old Water Source
Overview of Community
Celebration of New Well
Health & Hygiene Workshop
The People of Sundaygar Town (Quarter#2), Liberia, thank
Francis & Dolores Steffler (Waterloo, ON)

For helping them get safe drinking water
Latitude: 6.249408 Longitude: -10.400175
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Testimonial

Dear Lifewater & Sponsor(s),

We greet this organization with grateful hearts. We the community people wish to thank you for giving us safe drinking water. We congratulate you for your effort, for we saw how much work is involved when the drill team were here.  The assistance we received from you will have a positive influence on everyone who draws from the the pump. Thank you

May the Almighty God continue to bless you.

Victor K. Dennis, Town Chief

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Dear Lifewater & Sponsor(s),

We bring you greetings in the most precious name of our Lord. On behalf of the above community, we want to extend our thanks and appreciation to you for hosting a workshop and that whatsoever taught in this workshop will be part of our tools in learning and we are going to put it into practice to safeguard our community.

Sincerely yours,

Myer Nimely, Water Committee Chairman

Project Summary

Sundaygar Town Q#2 is located along the Robert International Airport Highway between Sugar Hill Town and Smell No Taste Town, within the Margibi County.  This community was established by William Sundaygar and named after him who is now deceased.

This town has approximately 950 citizens, and is blessed with one day care facility, elementary school and a Church. Farming and charcoal burning is the main source of living for this community.

This area is very swampy and during the rainy season all the hand dug wells over flow and become contaminated. Providing drinking water becomes extremely difficult, during the rainy season and people end up drinking the swampy water, which causes many to be sick. 

On September 13, 2019 Lifewater Liberia conducted a Health & Hygiene Workshop for this community with 20 participants. The people learned that their hands must always be washed before eating and after using the toilet and the importance of clean surroundings.

The workshop ended with thanks and appreciation from the people. Safe clean water flows for children and their families in Sundaygar Town Q#2

 

This well was drilled as part of a cooperative NGO initiative to provide safe drinking water to all Liberian's. Thanks to ''The Last Well Inc.'' for their coordination and support! 

Well Details

Project Completed: 2019-10-25 Well Depth: 100 ft.
Depth of Water: 7.00 ft. Casing Diameter: 4.00 in.
Screen Length: 30.00 ft. Developed By: Electric Pump
Development Time: 2.00 hrs. Well Yield: 8.00 gpm
Disinfection: 24.00 hrs. Handpump: Afridev
Water Colour: Clear Water Odour: None
Turbidity: Clear Taste: Good
Nitrate: 0.000 mg/L Bacti Test: Negative
Iron: 0.000 mg/L pH: 7.000




Every $1 you give provides a child with safe water for a year!


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