Community Overview
Community Overview
Old Water Source
Old Water Source
Dedication Ceremony
Dedication Ceremony
Hygiene Workshop
Hygiene Workshop
The People of Barclay Farm Q3, Liberia, thank
Friends of “MisterHomes” (Saskatoon, SK)

For helping them get safe drinking water
Latitude: 6.28621135 Longitude: -10.33248004
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A message from the community

We, the members of Barclay Farm Q3 Community are pleased to extend to Lifewater Liberia International our sincere thanks and appreciation for providing safe drinking water for us.

May the God Almighty richly bless the entire family of Lifewater Liberia International.

Secretary - Aaron Ballah

Head - John Whea Jr.

Asst. Head - Annie Kolleh

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

Barclay Farm Q#3 is in the central and swamp part of Barclay Farm. It is also near the Firestone plant's main road, right after Kayata Security Guard Services and not too far from the main road leading to the Grand Bassa County. The community is large in population and mostly depends on petty trading and farming for their livelihood.

Despite the location of this part of Barclay Farm, with a well-paved street nearby the Firestone Rubber Company, the need for safe drinking water was a challenge for them until now, when Lifewater intervened to bring in a new well and hand pump for them.

"We are right on the way to a good and healthy life," said one old woman, Ma Yamah Kokollo, as she joyfully thanked the Lifewater's Health and Hygiene team for the training and the new well and pump. All of the villagers in the training promised to follow the preventive measures to live a healthy life.

Barclay Farm was established during the presidency of Arthur Barclay in 1904 by Old Man John Garyeazohn, a local Bassa chief who settled in this part of the Cotton Tree. The president requested for this place to be used as his personal farmland from the tribal chives headed by Oldman John Garyeazohn. The land was given to president Barclay who started his own farm and named the place Barclay Farm.

Since then, this part of Cotton Tree has become inhabited by many people and is home to over 10,000 inhabitants. It is under-developed with no basic social services -- not to even talk about safe drinking water.

Arthur Barclay, who was the 13th president of Liberia, from 1904 to 1912, was not able to open up this place at the time to give the people some basic Life needs. Upon his death, the chiefs regained their land and decided to give it out to other citizens but the name Barclay Farm remains.


Well Details

Project Completed: 2021-04-24 Well Depth: 70 ft.
Depth of Water: 15.00 ft. Casing Diameter: 0.00 in.
Screen Length: 10.00 ft. Developed By: Pumping
Development Time: 2.00 hrs. Well Yield: 6.00 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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