Funded by Harbourton Foundation, The Samburu Project will drill and install a well in the Sarara 1 Community.

  • Impact Assessment (M&E) Phase Project completed on 3 Nov, 2013 Implementation Phase
  • Kristen Kosinski of The Samburu Project
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    Implementation Status: completed Wed 25 Sep 2013, About 7 Years ago

    Enough water to pump it over the mountain...

    Lucas email dated September 25, 2013:
    I am excited to report that we found water in Sarara 1 site. According to the driller and the water engineer the water yield is more than 8 cubic metres. (This means there is enough water to pipe it over the mountain to Wamba.)

    After drilling begun on September 21st, the rig struck water on September 24th and drilling was complete on September 25th. There are many happy people in the Sarara Community!

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  • Kristen Kosinski of The Samburu Project
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    Implementation Status: completed Sun 07 Jul 2013, Over 7 Years ago

    Site Selected in Sarara!

    Lucas and Kariuki met with the Sarara 1 community and after surveying 2 spots, they found a viable site for a well.

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  • Implementation Phase Project started on 15 Jun, 2013 Preparation Phase
  • Kristen Kosinski of The Samburu Project
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    Implementation Status: pending Mon 27 May 2013, Over 7 Years ago

    Plans Forged

    Kristen and Lucas met with Kariuki, TSP hydrogeologist and Ajay Shah, TSP well driller, in Nairobi. After much conversation, it was decided that site selection for the 2013 Well Drill would begin on June 15. Kariuki and Lucas will mobilize communities and determine viable wells sites. Updates on surveys and site selection forthcoming.

    After site are selected and permits secured, well drilling is scheduled to begin in August.

Funded by Harbourton Foundation, The Samburu Project will drill and install a well in the Sarara 1 Community.

Impact

People Impacted: 1000

People Getting Safe Drinking Water: 1000

Funding

funded:
$16,000
Community:
$1,850
Final Cost:
$17,850

Plan/Proposal