Richard Okello making bricks from Gwenotwom, Uganda

Gwenotwom

One woman’s story – attacked by ants while getting water Ajok Nighty,  lives in Gwenotwom, Uganda. Ajok was born with a physical disability that she

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Pakuma community well drilled by Drop in the Bucket

Pakuma Community

The Pakuma well is located by a busy market where the local women and children sell their produce. Agriculture is the main source of income

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Kati-Kati West now has a borehole well drilled by Drop in the Bucket

Kati-Kati West

In November 2021, Drop in the Bucket drilled a borehole well for the community at Kati-Kati West. At 50 meters we installed an India Mk ii hand pump with a flow through rate of 2.7 cubic meters of water per hour. This was more than sufficient even with so many people using the well.

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Drop in the Bucket recently drilled a water well for the Awee Health Center in Gulu, Uganda

Awee Health Center

The Awee Health Center is in the Gulu District of northern Uganda. It is located in the Pece district and the Yeegwana parish.

On the average day the health center treats approximately 200 patients for common waterborne diseases, stomach parasites

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Drop in the Bucket Koboko, Uganda Ginyako Primary School water well

Ginyako Primary School

Ginyako Primary School is a government owned primary school in Ginyako, which is in the Alla Parish, in the Koboko district of northern Uganda. When Drop in the Bucket did a water and sanitation audit of this school, we found that the 900 children ha

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Layibi Techo Health Center

Patients at the Layibi Techo Health Center in Gulu, Uganda now have access to clean water thanks to a well drilled by Drop in the Bucket. The health center provides medical care to three neighboring villages and treats

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Kulu Keno Primary School

Students at Kulu Keno Primary School in Gulu, Uganda now have access to clean water thanks to a well drilled by Drop in the Bucket. Thank you to everyone who supported this project and made it happen. We couldn’t do it

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