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Wells Shallow2023-12-29T14:05:44-05:00


Our Shallow Well initiative focuses on areas where access to clean water is a distant dream. We meticulously select sites where the need is greatest—often where communities rely on contaminated sources or endure long, arduous journeys to fetch water. By constructing shallow wells in these carefully chosen locations, we not only provide a vital resource but also uplift entire communities. These wells reduce health risks from unsafe water and give back hours each day for education and economic activities, fundamentally changing lives.

$2,400 per Well

Frequently Asked Questions

    How are well locations selected?2023-12-16T07:26:00-05:00

    We conduct thorough assessments, including community needs, water scarcity, and potential impact. Our goal is to ensure that each well brings maximum benefit to the community.

    Where are the wells located?2023-12-26T13:55:07-05:00

    Our well projects span remote villages across Tanzania, we select locations where the need for clean water is most acute, often in areas with limited government or NGO intervention.

    How can I dedicate a well to someone special?2023-12-16T07:32:15-05:00

    To dedicate a well to a loved one, you can fully sponsor a well and contact us at [email protected]. We will honor your request by placing the name of your loved one on the well’s sign, commemorating your meaningful contribution.

    What distinguishes shallow wells from deep wells?2023-12-16T07:27:15-05:00

    Shallow wells, with depths of 15-30 feet, tap into the nearer water table and serve approximately 300 people. Deep wells, using a rota sludge pump, reach greater depths and cater to over 500 people. They are ideal for areas with deeper water sources and require minimal maintenance compared to shallow wells.

    How long does a shallow well last?2023-12-16T07:27:36-05:00

    Shallow wells, with proper upkeep, can effectively serve a community for about 10-15 years before major maintenance is required. Their longevity depends on regular care and the environmental conditions of the area.

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