Two New Wells in Uganda Exceed Expectations

On 2012/05/11, in NGO, Water, by sdykstra

Jason Brinks recently returned from Uganda where he completed two successful wells. The drilling followed several days of performing resistivity geophysics and testing the resistivity equipment being developed at Wheaton College by Dr. James Clark. The well yield was better than expected from 8 m3/hr to over 15 m3/hr. The wells will bring water to over 700 orphans and their caretakers at the Village of Eden sponsored by Helping Hands. In addition, one of the wells will also provide drinking water to more than 400+ villagers living in the Village adjacent to the Eden property.

New Wells in Uganda

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