“A glass of water is worth more than a sack of gold to a thirsty man’’
Since 2011 we have:
560 Tubewells implemented in 2020
1060 Tubewells implemented so far
1000 Tubewells to implement in 2021
Tubewell Project in Bangladesh
In rural areas of Bangladesh, 97% of the population relies on tube wells. The past three decades in Bangladesh, millions of tube wells have been installed to reduce the diarrheal disease; especially in children. On average a tube well can last around 15 to 20 years with the care of beneficiary. Without access to a tube well people have to drink pond or lake water that are contaminated with bacteria and used for showering or other purpose.
In 15 minutes while you have your lunch £250 could provide clean water for 1 family. Off monsoon season a tube well could take up to 3-6 month to get the best source of water.
Since 2011 we have built over 500 tube well in rural areas of Bangladesh. Despite giving it to a beneficiary we make sure that our tube well can be used for everyone in the village. We have inspected on average within 1 hour around 10 families could use 1 tube well.
We are working to provide water for the suffering people around 64 district in Bangladesh. By 2025 we have a target to make 2000 tube well in the most needy areas around Bangladesh.
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