Funding from the Randal Charitable Foundation has meant that Water for Kids could deliver a significant project to install a submersible solar pump to improve efficiency of the water supply. A Tower was constructed to carry two 10,000 litre water tanks (equal to 20 tons) with the solar pump raising the water. Pipe work was laid to five water points around the community, each with two taps allowing quicker collection of water and and reducing wear and tear.
This was managed by the experienced Water for Kids team in Uganda with enthusiastic support from the headman, Hajji Bindondole, and the villagers of Naitandu who contributed by digging all of the trenches for the pipes.
Many thanks to the Randal Charitable Foundation for their contribution to such an important project.
Find out more about the Naitandu Project