As planned, and under execution, two boreholes earmarked for Imeko and Ilaro communities of Ogun State, Nigeria, are nearing completion.
The one at Imeko is taking longer project execution period, as a result of the topography of the community, with rocky surfaces, and requiring deeper digging to reach water surface. This has equally tripled the cost of excavations and erections of rings to keep water in drinkable state.
The two projects are due for commisioning in about two weeks, and once carried out, all donors to this projects, will be availed the opportunity of seeing what AnneGift Foundation has done with donations received.
The two communities are already excited, seeing the level of work done, and with completion in sight.
The commissioning reports and projects handing over will be available, once carried out.
We are sincerely grateful to our donors, around the world, for their generous support, believing they will continue to support, seeing that the donations given have been judiciously expended.