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0Backer$0.00raised of a $3,000.00 goalTime’s Up I am seeking to raise funds for a family living in a village that is in dire need of pipe borne water. The only source of water (an underground tank, covered with zinc materials), […]

UNDERGROUND TANK (damaged & polluted)

Help Replace Damaged & Polluted Water Storage Facility

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I am seeking to raise funds for a family living in a village that is in dire need of pipe borne water. The only source of water (an underground tank, covered with zinc materials), was recently destroyed by rain and heavy winds. The family has no bread winner and as such getting reliable, clean, drinking water has been a problem.

The underground tank is presently exposed, and has become polluted with dead animals, green algae. It is not fit for human consumption. The dry season is here, and this family needs reliable water supply and other essentials that will provide clean, drinkable water for farming and drinking.

I intend to engage the services of a borehole drilling contractor/personnel to dig a borehole as the primary source of water for this family. This borehole will supply water to an overhead tank (plastic material to prevent damage and contamination). The overhead tank will be well secured, and placed on a concrete support for stability. I also intend to get a high powered water pumping apparatus (switch, wires and accessories) that will ease pumping, as against the initial practice of manually fetching water from an underground tank, which gets polluted easily. There will also be a generating set to provide electricity to this family. This village has an epileptic/unreliable electricity distribution service, hence the need for a generating set.

I require the funds before the end of May 2017, just before the dry season commences. This will mean a lot to me because it will help support subsistence farming, and feeding for this family.

.Kindly support this cause, I sincerely appreciate all your support. Thanks

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