Save A Village in Ghana!
Number of Broken Pumps : 5
Cost per each repair : $250
Total Project Cost: $1,250
International Partners: PPEP, Inc. (U.S.A)
Beneficiaries: Old Baika community (Ghana, West Africa).
Malaria and water borne diseases are far more deadly than Ebola! Clean drinking water has been critical to staving off major diseases that plague Africans and ultimately us.
Too many broken down water wells (pumps) forcing villagers to drink water from contaminated streams and rivers. In the rain forest, in the Volta Region of Ghana, West Africa, there are at least 28 villages with 54 failed water well pumps affecting several thousand families.
We can correct this situation! You can give a gift of clean water by making a one time contribution towards the costs of repairing broken water well pump. No contribution is too small and every little bit helps.
Your gift, regardless of the amount will prevent water born diseases in Ghana and stop children from dying before the age of 5.
Progress reports of the project will be submitted to you plus photos of the water wells you adopt. Your name or company can be listed as the sponsor of each well you adopt if you so desire.