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N21-R058
Community Overview
Community Overview
Alternate water source
Alternate water source
Hauling water
Hauling water
Abandoned Bush Pump
Abandoned Bush Pump
Finished project
Finished project
The people of Wuna Angwa Sarki I, Nigeria thank
John Ellis Foundation (West Vancouver, BC)
The Water Team (Vancouver, BC)

For helping them replace their worn-out pump and repair their well
Latitude: 9.01031 Longitude: 7.1023
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Testimonial

We write to say thank you for your quick response to our cry for repair of hand pumps and holes in our community.

The people are happy and appreciate your kind help to our water problem.

We pray that God bless you and all you do to support communities in need.

Yours,

Yusef Alkali

Project Summary

Wuna has 5 wells and only one was functional. For years, the other 4 were broken and abandoned. In one case, the well had been sand-filled by children and was not recoverable. One drilled well that was supposed to be installed using electric pump was abandoned after attacks on the community by bandits who shot the overhead hands and left them with holes. Nigeria currently is faced with attacks by bandits, terrorists and kidnappers. We thank God we were preserved from such attacks while we worked and pray that the community will enjoy peace in the future.

Well Details

Project Completed: 2021-03-11 Well Depth: 80 ft.
Depth of Water: 20.00 ft. Casing Diameter: 0.00 in.
Screen Length: 0.00 ft. Developed By:
Development Time: Well Yield: 5.00 gpm
Disinfection: Handpump: Afridev
Water Colour: Clear Water Odour: None
Turbidity: Clear Taste: Good
Nitrate: Bacti Test:
Iron: pH:




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


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