Clean Water Initiative: Mandolf Foundation drills Borehole for people of Kpokpornu

by | Oct 5, 2021 | Clean Water Initiative

The water situation at Kpokpornu is not a good one. They drink of a Dam constructed many years ago. The unfortunate situation is that, it dries quickly and  they share same water with cattle 🐄.

After supplying them gallons of water months ago to battle the drought, we are back again kind curtesy Mandolf Foundation to drill a borehole that can constantly supply them 5000 litres of Clean water daily.

We are grateful to all who have forcefully contributed to the entire Clean Water Initiative since we started this journey. God bless you so much.

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About Clean Water Initiative

Clean Water Initiative  by under the  Schools Support Project is an intervention to provide deprived and remote villages with CLEAN WATER for all domestic activities including drinking.

The  Schools Support Project has taken us to some of the interesting but not comfortable villages that do not have a good source of Clean water. These villages normally really on seasonal streams and dams they share with animals🐄.

These unsafe ways of living has resulted in many health challenges associated with drinking water from unhealthy sources as mentioned above.

To manage the situation, we have these plans in place to;

  1. Serve households  in these villages with gallons of water twice every week.
  2. Supply every household with filter buckets.
  3. Drill a standard borehole for each village
  4. Organize Clean water workshops in these villages and schools on ways to keep their water clean at all times.

The first phase of the CLEAN WATER INITIATIVE will serve villages like Gborkope, Kpokpornu, Anthonykope, Fulanikope,Avlime in the North Tongu district of the Volta region in Ghana. We are hoping to serve not less than 100 villages before the end of 2030.

We are however using this opportunity inviting all potential partners to join us embark on this humanitarian journey to save lives.  Connect with us on Facebook: Schools Support Project. Twitter & Instagram:@SSPGhana