plan 351Well construction in 8 villages in Samburu District (D4W1 to D4W8)

Summary

The Samburu Project brings wells to communities which otherwise suffer the health and livelihood consequences of being without water. Our wells enhance the lives of thousands!

Background

Proposal submitted and funded outside PWX.

Location

Langa, Samburu, Kenya

Focus

Primary Focus: Drinking Water - Community
Secondary Focus: Sanitation - Community

People Getting Safe Drinking Water: 18,200

The main objective of the project is to provide clean, safe drinking water.

School Children Getting Water:

People Getting Sanitation: 18,200

Improved sanitation has been an ancillary benefit of community water availability.

People Getting Other Benefits:

Application Type: Program Funding

Start Date: 2010-04-01

Completion Date: 2010-04-30

Technology Used:

Proposal submitted and funded outside PWX.

Phases:

Proposal submitted and funded outside PWX.

Community Organization:

Proposal submitted and funded outside PWX.

Government Interaction:

Proposal submitted and funded outside PWX.

Ancillary activities:

Proposal submitted and funded outside PWX.

Other Issues:

Proposal submitted and funded outside PWX.

Maintenance Revenue:

Maintenance Cost: $3,280

Metrics:

Prior art before metrics

Cost: $118,800

to be updated

Co Funding Amount:

Community Contribution Amount: $14,800

Fund Requested: $104,000

Implementing Organization:

Name Status Completion Date Amount Assigned
D4W1: Laga Well Complete - Successful Apr 2010 $13,000
D4W2: Treetop Well Complete - Successful Apr 2010 $13,000
D4W3: Sordo Well Complete - Successful Apr 2010 $13,000
D4W4: Lbaa Onyokie 2 Well Complete - Successful Apr 2010 $13,000
D4W5: Lbaa lo Ltepes 2 Well Complete - Successful Apr 2010 $13,000
D4W6: Lbaa lo Ltepes 3 Well Complete - Successful Apr 2010 $13,000
D4W7: Ldupai/Jerusalem Well Complete - Successful Apr 2010 $13,000
D4W8: SHERP Well Complete - Successful May 2010 $13,000