This year, we are teaming up with Munatada Aid to install at least 40 solar-powered water stations around the Sahel region of Niger, where there is a great need for such sustainable water projects.
The water table in some parts of Africa and Asia and far below the ground and traditional hand pumps are useless in these situations. Most of these areas still lack access to electricity, and high fuel costs mean that diesel-powered pumps are not ideal options in such places.
Solar water wells are not only cost-effective but sustainable to provide electricity in remote villages and communities.
Access to clean drinking water
Water for domestic use
Irrigating crops and water for livestock
Depth: 50-60 Metres
Lifespan: 10 years
Construction Time: After the well has been comissioned, it takes the ground team between 8-12 weeks to compelete the project.
One of Muntada Aids core values is providing dignity to the people we support. Keeping that in mind, we aim to provide clean water solutions to people within their communities and ease off their burden of daily searching for freshwater resources.