Well No. 17 – Jipe Secondary School (Oct 2017)

Well No. 17 – Jipe Secondary School (Oct 2017)

Jipe Secondary school is a large senior boarding school with 18 teachers and 453 pupils.  The teachers also have to board due to the situation of the school.  Male and Female teachers are accommodated in separate houses.   Jim had been made aware prior to travelling...
Well No. 16 – Kiterini Primary School (Oct 2017)

Well No. 16 – Kiterini Primary School (Oct 2017)

Kiterini Prmary School, situated in Moshi area of Tanzania  has 465 pupils, 9 classrooms and 9 teachers. The local community is 1000.  Before the installation of our standard solar well, 10,000 litre storage tank , standpipes and water taps  the school purchased ...
Well No. 15 –  Chem Chem Primary School (Oct 2017)

Well No. 15 – Chem Chem Primary School (Oct 2017)

Chem Chem Primary School is situated in one of the most drought ridden areas of North East Tanzania.   It has a register of 289 pupils with 6 teachers and 8 classrooms.  The funding for this well was donated by Clive Rook and his sons Jonathan and Stuart in memory of...
Well No. 14 – Mrokora Primary School

Well No. 14 – Mrokora Primary School

The Rotary Club were involved with the school and  were themselves looking to partially  fund the sinking of a well at the school and if possible to link it to Marangu Secondary School which was a short distance away.  It was decided that it would be beneficial to ...
Well No. 13 – Korongo – (Oct 2016)

Well No. 13 – Korongo – (Oct 2016)

Korongo School is a two and a  half hour drive from Moshi Town..  The latter  part of the journey was over very rough terrain with deep ruts and our driver had to make many detours to get us to our destination. The area had not seen any significant rainfall since...