Garzon Public High School hand-pump serves about 600 people
Garzon Public High School hand-pump serves about 600 people
The hand-pump was broken for a week
The hand-pump was broken for a week
Happy people
Happy people
The people of Garzon Public High School, Liberia thank
OGIG Corporation (Newmarket, ON)

For helping them replace their worn-out pump and repair their well
Latitude: 6.40369 Longitude: -10.42819
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A message from the community

The administration of Garzon Public High School extends our appreciation for the rehabilitation of our only well that was down for two years. We are very grateful. 

 -- School Administrators

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

The Garzon Public High School's well was serving the water needs of not only 300 students but also the surrounding community. When the hand-powered pump on the well stopped working two years ago, many people could not afford to buy safe water from expensive local vendors and had to drink from contaminated sources. This dirty water meant children and adults were constantly at risk of contracting potentially deadly diarrheal diseases.

But recently, generous Lifewater Canada donors funded the rehabilitation of the communal well, including a new hand pump. This initiative has restored the entire community's access to safe water and improved health.

Well Details

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

457 Heather Crescent
Thunder Bay, ON P7E 5L1

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