Worakese Water Project
Impressions of our Worakese Water Project
Worakese is a settlement with about 1,800 inhabitants in the Bosomtwe District, in the Ashanti region, about 4 kilometres from the district capital Kuntenase.
The community’s main sources of income are agriculture and retail trade.
There are 2 boreholes, but due to overusage, they are constantly broken and out of order. In addition, they are located about 500 m from the village, which means that there are long queues, every time you fetch water. As a result, pupils are often late for classes.
So the people have no other choice, than to fetch water from ponds and rivers, which leads to water-born diseases.
Through a mechanized water project, with a storage tank and several taps in the village, we want to ensure that everyone has access to sufficient clean drinking water.
Click here to support the ongoing fundraising campaign of Anja for this project.
Status: in planning
Costs: approx. 6.000,00 €