Help Bring Clean Water to 5000 people in Twifu

Jun 5, 2012

Hand Pumps Still Needed


We want to greet once again all our cherish donors and friends. As indicated in our last report, the excavation works, lining of the wells with concrete bricks and molding of the top cover with other concrete works on four (4) new wells under construction is completed. We need four (4) hand pumps to complete the Hand Dug Wells for the beneficiary communities to access clean water. We are therefore appealing to our cherish donors and friends to donate generously to help us procure the pumps to complete the wells.

Description of Photos attached:


TRYAWCO – CWNP (1):- After one year of experiencing the use of clean water, children from one of the beneficiary communities looking healthy and happy.


TRYAWCO – CWNP (2):- Some children with their visiting counterpart from the US who visited our project recently.


TRYAWCO – CWNP (3):- Ebo Kwansah and Daniel Ohene happily drawing water from the hand dug well completed in December last year for their community. 


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Project Leader

Matthew Aidoo

Twifu Praso, Central Region Ghana

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