They Need Your Help!

New Water Rehabilitation Projects

The water wells in these communities are in need of some important repair work, some have not been working for years and some are on the brink of complete failure.  At earning less than a dollar a day the residents of these villages simply don’t have the means nor expertise to fix this life saving resource infrastructure.  With just a bit of assistance from you we can help.

Wunreel Village
(South Sudan)

Wunreel Village is located in Aweil East State. It has a population of about 1,350 people in about 225 households. The village has a borehole that is not in good shape and need some repairs.

  • Repairs needed:
    • To replace the connecting rod, head, water tank, stand, GI pipe, cylinder and construction of platform.
  • Current distance of next water source:
    • The disrepair of the borehole has forced residents to fetch water from the river Lol and they have to walk for 3 ½ hours to and from the river.
  • Current health issues of Wunreel Village:
    • The water from the river is not clean and many of the residents have contracted typhoid and bilharzia which has often caused deaths.

Rom Village
(South Sudan)

Rom Village is located in Aweil East State and has about 175 households with a total population of 1050 residents. The borehole in the village is broken down and is in need of being repaired

  • Repairs needed:
    • In order to replace the connecting rod, head, water tank, stand, GI pipe, and cylinder.
  • Current distance of next water source:
    • Currently the villagers use water from shallow ponds that collect water when it rains, but during the dry season they have to walk to a river that takes them about 4 hours to and from.
  • Current health issues of Rom Village
    • The water from the river and ponds is unclean and has led to the outbreak of cholera, typhoid and bilharzia and this has resulted in the deaths of villagers as a result of water-borne disease

Manyang Chook Village
(South Sudan)

Manyang Chook is located in Aweil East State with a population of 1250 residents.  The borehole at this village has been broken for some time now and is need of major repairs:

  • Repairs needed:
    • The borehole needs replacement of connecting rod, head, water tank, stand, GI pipe, and cylinder.
  • Current distance of next water source:
    • The village residents rely on shallow ponds of water during the rainy season and distant river during the dry season.  Girls and women spend about 4 hours daily to walk to and fro the river in search of water.
  • Current health issues of Manyang Chook Village:
    • Cholera, typhoid and bilharzia are the prevalent diseases in the village that are caused by consumption of dirty water.

Ajok Madhol Village
(South Sudan)

Ajok Madhol Village is located in Aweil East State. It has a population of about 1,140 people in about 200 households. The village has a borehole that is not in good shape and needs some repairs.

  • Repairs needed:
    • Replace connecting rod, head, water tank, stand, GI pipe, cylinder and construction of platform.
  • Current distance of next water source:
    • River Lol, 3 ½ hour walk to and from the river.
  • Current health issues of Ajok Madhol: 
    • The water from the river is not clean and many of the residents have contracted typhoid and bilharzia which has often caused deaths to the resident so of Ajok Madhol.

Akuac Wau Village
(South Sudan)

Akuac Wau Village is located in Aweil East State. It has a population of about 1100 resident in 180 households. The borehole in the village is broken down and need to be repaired

  • Repairs needed:
    • Replace the connecting rod, head, water tank, stand, GI pipe, and cylinder.
  • Current distance of next water source:
    • River, 4 hrs walk to and from.
    • Shallow ponds that collect water when it rains are also avaliable water sources but during dry season these do not exist
  • Current health issues of Akuac Wau:
    • The water from the river and ponds is unclean and has led to the outbreak of cholera, typhoid and bilharzia and this has resulted in the deaths of villagers.

Riang Pabol Village
(South Sudan)

The village of Riang Pabol is located in Aweil East State with a population of 1335 residents.

  • Repairs needed:
    • The borehole needs replacement of connecting rod, head, water tank, stand, GI pipe, and cylinder.
  • Current distance of next water source:
    • The village residents rely on shallow ponds of water during the rainy season and distant river during the dry season.  Girls and women spend about 4 hours daily to walk to and from the river in search of water.
  • Current health issues of Riang Pabol:
    • Cholera, typhoid and bilharzia are the prevalent diseases in the village that are caused by consumption of dirty water.

Rumajieu Village
(South Sudan)

The village of Rumajieu is in Aweil East State with a population of 1200 people.  The borehole needs immediate repairs as it is on the verge of complete failure.

  • Repairs needed:
    • Replacement of connecting rod, head, water tank, stand, GI pipe, and cylinder.
  • Current distance of next water source:
    • The villagers of Rumajieu village fetch water from shallow ponds that collect rain water. In the dry season the women and girls have to walk for 4 hours to and from the rivers where they collect water.
  • Current health issues of Ramajieu Village:
    • Cholera, typhoid and bilharzia are common water-borne diseases that have causes deaths in the village due to consumption of dirty water from these unclean sources.

Waar Joong Village
(South Sudan)

The village of Waar Joong is in Aweil East State with a population of 1225 people.  The borehole needs repair work soon as it is on the verge of breakdown:

  • Repairs needed:
    • Replacement of connecting rod, head, water tank, stand, GI pipe, and cylinder.
  • Current distance of next water source:
    • The villagers of Waar Joong village fetch water from shallow ponds that collect rain water. In the dry season the women and girls have to walk for 4 hours to and from the rivers where they collect water.
  • Current health issues of Waar Joong Village:
    • Cholera, typhoid and bilharzia are common water-borne diseases that have causes deaths in the village due to consumption of dirty water from these unclean sources.

Taarweng Apuoth Village
(South Sudan)

Taarweeng Apuoth village is located in Aweil East State with a population of 1160 people.  The borehole can barely produce any water and is in need of repairs:

  • Repairs needed:
    • Replacement of connecting rod, head, water tank, stand, GI pipe, and cylinder.
  • Current distance of next water source:
    • The villagers of Taarweng Apuoth village fetch water from shallow ponds that collect rain water. In the dry season the women and girls have to walk for 4 hours to and from the rivers where they collect water.
  • Current health issues of Taarweng Apuoth Village
    • Cholera, typhoid and bilharzia are common water-borne diseases that have causes deaths in the village due to consumption of dirty water from these unclean sources.