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Electric Shallow Water Wells

With an electric motor pump, it reduces the time and effort needed to collect sufficient water.

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Electric Shallow Water Wells Built

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ELECTRIC SHALLOW WATER WELLS

This type of well is currently only available in Cambodia. Here, an electric motor pump is installed at the well which helps tremendously with the pumping process. Its use can significantly reduce the time and effort needed to bring up enough water for each person – making it easier for women and children, who are usually assigned the task. Shallow water wells are dug at a depth of 30-40 feet and installed with a conventional electric motor pump.

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DEPTHS OF WATER SOURCE (METERS)

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NUMBER OF BENEFICIARIES (FAMILIES)

WHAT CAN I DO TO HELP?

  • At just $365 per well, this well is only slightly more expensive than a manual hand pump- but much more effective.
  • You can build a reliable source of water that could benefit up to 5 families, providing clean drinking water for the next 10 years or more.
  • You can dedicate the water well with a plaque (up to 5 names.)

WHAT YOU WILL GET

When you make a full waqf donation, here is what you will receive:

  • A certificate with the two or five names provided
  • A detailed report
  • Photos of the completed water well and the beneficiaries

Country we’re working on: Cambodia

Completion time: 3-4 months (depending on weather conditions & availability of materials)

OUR IMPACT SO FAR
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Electric motor pumps (shallow wells)

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Countries we are working in

WHAT WILL BE THE IMPACT OF MY DONATION?

Click below to learn about the lasting impact of your water well donation by reading their testimonials.

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