Maliasili and Elimu pumps During December 2017 both pumps were re commissioned having not been usable for some time, Maliasili at least from the summer to 2014 and Elimu more recently.Kisuda Orgenes project managed the work and now both pumps … Continue reading
Maliasili pump the nearest to the new dispensary build has broken down. We have instructed Abraham to ensure engineers look into the problem as soon as contact can be made with the village chairman or committee member.
We are back in the UK once again after another emotional and successful trip to Tanzania. Our friends were in good health and happy to see their adopted tribe members. On this occasion we had a full intinery to get … Continue reading
Here is a link to the report written by Mr Abraham Ng’eni after his recent visit to Ughandi B working on behalf of Ughandi B Village Project. We thank him for his thorough investigations which resulted in the reinstatement of … Continue reading
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Maliasili Well has been out of action for nine months due to rusting and breakdown of the inner rods. Cost of reinstatement was beyond the village community, therefore the project made the descision to use funds for the repair. If … Continue reading
Pumps at Elimu and Maliasili Elimu pump situated close to Muhuvi School continues to give a good supply of water since it’s repair last year. Maliasili pump broke down in late 2012 and has yet to be repaired. Hopefully once … Continue reading
Two months ago Richard and I were interviewed at Wessex Water HQ about our work in Ughandi B. Wessex Water magazine Autumn/Winter 2012 addition is out now and most likely you have a copy. Please go to pages 14/15 where … Continue reading
A detailed report given to us in June it was highlighted that the Community building was in need of more tables and chairs due to the rise in children attending. It’s our intention to supply them with 10 chairs and … Continue reading
Please find at the foot of the page for each individual project it’s latest report. We were able to send someone to the village in June and they have sent us a detailed report on individual projects. So please read … Continue reading