our projects

We have been facilitating water projects in Nigeria since October of 2018. Each project consists of a deep encased borehole (drilled into the aquifer) and submersible water pump. The deep well pump is sealed in a compartment connected by wires to a generator above the ground. Water is them pumped to the surface. Above ground the water is stored in a 3,000 to 5,000-liter storage tank. Each tank is placed on housing specifically built to house the storage tank. Prior to drilling a survey is conducted to determine the presence and likely quantity of water.
All water projects are completed using local services, labor, and construction materials. In doing this we not only bring water to those that don’t have it we infuse finances into the local economy.

May 2020: Endehu Odne Village 

Borehole depth 70 meters (229.7 feet)

July 2020: Baptist High School Masaka

Borehole depth 80 meters (262.5 feet)

April 2020: Raffin Pa Village (Akwanga)

Borehole depth 65 meters (213.3 feet)

March 2020: Village of Eggon Eben (Akwanga)

Borehole depth 70 meters (230.7 feet)

May 2019: Rural village of Nga Dariya

Borehole depth 75 meters (246 feet)

April 2019: The Baptist Medical Clinic at Nga Chumochi 

Borehole depth 80 meters (262 feet)
 (prior to this water project this clinic had no access to clean water)

March 2020: Buku Village (Akwanga)

Borehole depth 65 meters (213.3 feet)

 November 2019: Bethel Community (Akwanga)

Borehole depth 70 meters (229.6 feet)

october 2019: Rural village of anku

Borehole depth 75 meters (246 feet)

October 2018: The rural Village of Rija Kassah

Borehole depth 85 meters (279 feet)

October 2018: Angwan Kpandom

Borehole depth 70 meters (229 feet)

where we work

Country: Nigeria
 Often referred to as the "Giant of Africa" Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa and the seventh most populous country in the world. Nigeria has the third-largest youth population in the world, after India and China. Nigeria is viewed as a multinational state as it is inhabited by 250 ethnic groups. The official language of Nigeria is English, chosen to facilitate linguistic unity at the national level. Nigeria is divided roughly in half between Christians, who live mostly in the southern part of the country, and Muslims, who live mostly in the north. A minority of the population practice religions indigenous to Nigeria, such as those native to the Igbo and Yoruba ethnicities. 
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Phone:  (562) 587-0318


North America:

6939 Schaefer Avenue, Suite D. #355, Chino, CA 91710



225 Lafia Road, Akwanga, Nigeria

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