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New Water Well Drilling Projects

These villages have never had the luxury of having a clean water source near their village.  Women and children have been walking for hours each day to fetch water from another water source.  Often the water is contaminated and not only are the children missing precious school hours but often as a result of the contaminated water they become very ill.

Thon Nyon Village
(South Sudan)

Thon Nyon Village is located in Aweil East State. The population of the village is approximately 1150 people. The village does not have a borehole and the residents rely on shallow ponds and rivers for water to use in their homes. Girls and women are responsible for fetching water for household use and they have to walk for about 4 hours daily to get water to their homes. The water from these sources is very dirty and is the main cause of cholera, typhoid and bilharzia that affect the village.

Dieer Village
(South Sudan)

Dieer Village is located in Aweil East State and has a population of about 1050 residents. The village does not have a borehole and the residents rely on shallow ponds and rivers for water to use in their homes. Girls and women who have the responsibility of fetching water for household have to walk for about 4 hours daily to get water to their homes. The water from these sources is very dirty is the main cause of cholera, typhoid and bilharzia that affect the village.

Akokic Village
(South Sudan)

Akokic Village is located in Aweil East State and has a population of about 1200 residents. The village does not have a borehole and the residents rely on shallow ponds and rivers for water to use in their homes. Girls and women who have the responsibility of fetching water for household have to walk for about 4 hours daily to get water to their homes. The water from these sources is very dirty is the main cause of cholera, typhoid and bilharzia that affect the village.