Jan 21, 2020

New Water System Are Needed In Seven Communities

In Ghana presently, we are in the dry season period and this time round, access to clean water becomes a major problem in most rural communities. In my project community where we have been able to installed the water systems through this project, the people including 12 years David Boateng (not real name) with his other colleagues school children are very happy this time. Because there is water flowing from the water system we provided in their community. They no more walk long distance to look for unwholesome water before they go to school. They now have access to clean water for drinking bathing, washing and cooking. However, that is not the same case with communities without water systems in our project area. So far seven communities have been identified to be experiencing serious water problem. Some of the community leaders and members of these communities are always on us calling for help to come to their aid.

We are therefore appealing once again to our cherish donors to donate to our project. Tell your friends and family to tell a friend to donate to our water project. Our plans in 2020 is to ensure that these seven communities are provided with the water system to ameliorate the present situation in the identified communities. We need the support of all to make this possible.  

Oct 21, 2019

Twifo Osenegya Water System Is Now Completed.

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TCWP-RP (30)

Is has not been easy with our work in completing the new water system at Twifo Osenegya. But through the effort of project community members and local fund raising, we managed to raise some funds to procure the electric pump and accessories to complete the water system. Water is now flowing from the water system at the Osenegya community. The water system is going to serve about 320 people in the community including women and children. According to Mavis (not real name) she is now happy with her five children as well as members of the community. They believe access to the clean water would improve their lives and make live easy as they would no more walk long distance to fetch unclean water for their domestic uses. They are full of praises to TRYAWCO and the donors for making this possible.

Presently we are looking for funds to start new water systems in the identified project communities. We are therefore appealing to our cherish donors to continue to donate to our project to enable us start work on the new water systems. We are drawing close to the dry season starting from mid-November and we need the support of you all to help us make this possible in fixing the water system in the communities.

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TCWP-RP (30) Mavis (not real name) and her two daughters drawing water from the water system at Twifo Osenegya.

TCWP-RP (31) Daniel (not real name) and his siblings drawing water from the completed water platform at Twifo Osenegya 

TCWP-RP (32) Little Boatenmaa (not real name) with her water drawn from the new water system at Twifo Osenegya.

TCWP-RP (33) Community members drawing water from the new water system at Twifo Osenegya.

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TCWP-RP (31)
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TCWP-RP (33)
Jul 24, 2019

Electric Pump Is Needed For The New Water System.

TCWP-RP (27)
TCWP-RP (27)

We have been looking forward to receive funds to procure an electric pump to complete work on the new water system at Twifo Osenegya. We have not been successful in the past three months to achieve this. Work on the new water system is almost done, we have completed the concrete platform, mount the polytank with the plumbing work done. We now need the electric pump to connect to the drilled borehole with electricity to pump water into the polytank for the community to have access to the clean water. Mavis Okyire (not real name) and her 5 children as well as the community members are very anxious to see water flowing from the new water system as soon as possible.

In this regards, we are appealing to our cherish donors to help us by donating to our project to enable us complete the Osenegya water system and also to start drilling of boreholes in the new identified communities.

 

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TCWP-RP (27) The water platform at Twifo Osenegya water system almost completed.

TCWP-RP (28) The water platform at Twifo Osenegya mounted with a polytank ready to be connected with the electric pump for water to flow.

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TCWP-RP (28)
 
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