Uganda Water Well
There is a huge problem of attaining clean fresh water in some parts of Uganda. In the remote villages and countryside, people have to walk miles to reach water well to take fresh clean water home for drinking. Crisis Aid has the ability to dig new water wells in these regions. The costs vary due to depth, terrain, and remoteness of the areas. We estimate the costs to be in the region of £2600- £4000 depending on location and terrain. You can contribute towards this or pay for one complete water well. All the water wells use pumps to extract water due to lack of electricity in the regions.
Please donate whatever you can. You may also call us to discuss any needs you may have.
There is a huge problem of attaining clean fresh water in some parts of Uganda. In the remote villages and countryside, people have to walk miles to reach water well to take fresh clean water home for drinking.
In Uganda, there are numbers of disused abandoned boreholes. Where the pumps and pipes and cement structures have ceased and no longer work. Crisis Aid has a dedicated team that is able to repair these boreholes. We repipe the whole system and replace new pumps and redbrick the internal structure was needed. We also re-cement the outer structure and repaint making it useable and lasting for decades.
A borehole repair costs £1000 you can also contribute to this if you are unable to sponsor a complete borehole.
Note: Digging wells take a different amount of time depending on location and ease of logistics. Some wells take only one month to complete others can take up to 9-12 months to complete as in some locations they can only be constructed in some parts of the year.