Some of the new tools needed to maintain equipment
Some of the new tools needed to maintain equipment
Mechanic organizing new tools
Mechanic organizing new tools
Using Tools to Repair Equipment
Using Tools to Repair Equipment
Good Equipment = More Safe Drinking Water!
Good Equipment = More Safe Drinking Water!
The drill team in Liberia thank
Jim Hauck (Calgary, AB)
Bob & Dr. Olga Jarrett (Decatur, GA)

For building their capacity with Metric & Standard Mechanic Tools

A message from the community

Dear Sir/Madame

Our equipment is routinely in need of repair as the work we do is difficult and the conditions harsh. When things are poorly maintained, we break down far in the bush, and it takes a long time and lots of wasted effort to reach and repair or remove the broken equipment.

With your help, we have all the tools and diagnostic capacity to be able to carry out this work in a good way. Each team now has a mechanic along to help on the spot, and two mechanics at the compound work on equipment preparing it for use while the drillers are working with other equipment.

Rigs that are maintained and pumps and generators that work will keep our drillers out there providing water for people in dire need.  To be able to keep everything running is vital to this good work. Not many people can see and recognize that without good tools, there can not be good maintainance and repair. And without good upkeep, there can not be effective, efficient drilling.

We want to extend to you our profound thanks and appreciation for your assistance in making this possible. 

May God bless and keep you strong and shower His love on you always

Rev Stephen Varfee

L-Linc Program Coordinator

Some community details (provided by our in-country partners)

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






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