Tumiabu Water project


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Tumiabu is located in the Bosome Freho District in the Ashanti Region of Ghana and is a community of about 1,100 inhabitants.

The only borehole in the village has not been producing enough water for some time now and it is often defective due to constant overloading, which means there is not enough drinking water available for the population. Therefore, most of the drinking water is drawn from ponds.

On the one hand, this leads to water-born diseases. On the other hand, the children are late for school because they have to fetch water before school starts in the morning.

We would like to resolve this situation, by constructing a mechanized water supply, with storage tanks and several taps.

Project goals:

To meet the drinking water needs of the community
Prevention of water-related diseases
Enabling better hygiene conditions
Enable the students to go to school on time and thereby improve their
Improve performance

Status: completed
Costs: approx. 12.000€

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