Kpelleh Town Community Q-2 hand-pump provides water to about 500 people
Kpelleh Town Community Q-2 hand-pump provides water to about 500 people
The hand-pump undergoing repair
The hand-pump undergoing repair
Feeling blessed
Feeling blessed
The People of Liberia thank
Randy Torrance (Kanata, ON )

For helping them repair their handpump in
Kpelleh Town Community Q2
Latitude: 6.31753 Longitude: -10.65745
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A message from the community

We express our gratitude to Lifewater Canada for the repair of our hand pump. We are happy to access clean and safe water.

  -- Community Leaders 

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

Kpelleh Town Community Q2 in Montserrado County has a well that provides safe water to about 500 people. For two months, children and adults had no access to this water after the well's hand pump stopped working. Everyone had to drink from the nearest rivers and from shallow hand-dug wells. These sources are open to the elements and therefore often contaminated -- putting residents at constant risk of contracting potentially deadly diarrheal diseases.

But through the generous support of our donors, Lifewater has repaired the broken pump and restored the grateful community's well, which is enabling young and old to have a dependable and consistent source of safe water.


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

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