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Imagine a school gets clean water

WellBoring's water solutions reduce illness and increase school attendance. Schools share clean water with their communities. Hear teachers tell their story and see our projects

Each completed borehole can cost as little as £3,500, providing water for 100's of children for a decade and more. An average cost of about £1 per child per year. 

Having completed solutions for six school-centred communities in 2015 we aim to provide wells for 12 communities in 2016.

Summit Schools now has a borehole

Summit Schools now has a borehole

What we've done

See our completed projects. A big thank you to everyone who supports WellBoring. 

What we're doing

Have a look at the current projects we are working on. We hope you will get excited about the difference this will make. 

What you can do

Support our prospective projects via BT MyDonate pageebay sales and the WellBoring Business Challenge

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A record WellBoring year

We completed a handful of water solutions in our first few years. It was just as well, we were...


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3 Communities Get Water in the first 3 months of 2016

Thanks to all our supporters, we're can announce the completion of three projects in the first...


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7 Projects Completed in WellBoring's Biggest Year Yet

Thousands of young people have clean water and won't get ill from water-borne diseases, thanks to...

More than 300 million people in Africa do not have access to clean water.

84 percent of water related deaths are in children ages 0-14.

The water and sanitation crisis claims more lives through disease than any war claims through guns.

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Storm damaged water storage tank

Storm damaged water storage tank

Children at Kibiko Schools

Children at Kibiko Schools

Lucy Njoroge (Engineering Project Leader)

Lucy Njoroge (Engineering Project Leader)

Working late again

Working late again

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