Boreholes and Solar Powered Pumps for Irrigation and Fish Farms
A well provides safe, clean drinking water for people and animals as well as water for fish farms and for irrigation for gardening.
The cost per borehole is $15,000 and this includes drilling, solar powered pump, engineering and training for locals to maintain the well and pump. Goal for the Choma Project is 12 boreholes, 1 per school.
Tax receipts for contributions will be automatically issued by ARC for all donations of $20 or higher. Tax receipts will be mailed at the end of the calendar year.
Each donation given towards a Learning for Humanity Alliance (L4HA) project will go directly to that project. If there is an exception and it cannot be completed for any reason, or if the project is overfunded, the remaining contributions will be used where most needed, at the discretion of the Board.