FY2014 Project III – Wehn Town, Paynesville, Montserrado County

Project Type: Hand Pump (Access To Clean & Safe Drinking Water)

Location: Wehn Town, Paynesville, Montserrado County

Number of People Impacted: 3,500 Direct | 5,000 Indirect

Funded By: Liberian Telecommunication Authority (LTA)

Funding Partner: Paynesville City Cooperation

Project Completion: May 2 2014

Total Budget: $3,500

On May 3, 2014, Checago Bright Foundation, Inc. in partnership with Paynesville City Cooperation funded and built a ‘Hand Pump’ and conducted a Health Guide Training through PSI health experts in Wehn Town, Paynesville, Montserrado County for 8,500 residents. Wehn Town is highly congested and densely populated and it is 5 miles from the center of Monrovia and lack access to safe drinking water. Due to the lack of clean and safe drinking water, Wehn Town community is characterized by high prevalence rate of diarrhea and other water born diseases.

The Hand Pump will help alleviate residents walking miles to fetch water from unsanitary and open dug wells and reduce the high risk of water borne diseases.

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