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The people of Fulani Nomadic Deshi I Seminary Paiko-Kore, Nigeria thank
Ron Guetter (Edmonton, AB)
Shannon Hamilton-Browne (Ottawa, ON)

For helping them replace their worn-out pump and repair their well
Latitude: 8.98789 Longitude: 7.05166
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A message from the community

We wish to express our profound gratitude to Lifewater. We write to thank you for rehabilitating our well. We are happy that we now have a functioning well in our community. God bless you and thank you so much for this gift. 

  -- Abubakar Idris, Community Leader 

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

I am Idris from the Fulani Nomadic Deshi I Seminary in Paiko-Kore. We are grateful for the rehabilitation of our community well. We suffered greatly without access to clean water after our community well stopped working. The nearby stream is so polluted that after drinking from it, we would fall sick and our children would have regular stomach pains. We are so grateful for the well rehabilitation (including installation of a new hand pump). Thank you, Lifewater, and God bless you." 

Well Details

Project Completed: 2023-05-23 Well Depth: 131 ft.
Depth of Water: 16.00 ft. Casing Diameter: 4.00 in.
Screen Length: 0.00 ft. Developed By: Electric Pump
Development Time: 0.25 hrs. Well Yield: 5.00 gpm
Disinfection: 24.00 hrs. Handpump: India Mark II
Water Colour: Clear Water Odour: None
Turbidity: Clear Taste: Good
Nitrate: Bacti Test:
Iron: pH: 11.000

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

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