Objective: Improved public health.
Purpose: To drill for drinking water for a rural population of 1400, including 400 school children.
Location: Benin. Porto Novo Region. Ifangni Municipality. Lokokoukou Village
Local partners: AJEDD, School Committee, Village Chief.
Financial partners: Toulouse Métropôle, Agece de l’eau Adour Garonne; Surgeon Fish Charity, GHA.
Project status: COMPLETE
Following the request of the inhabitants of Lokokoukou and the Beninese association AJEDD, during our field mission in 2018, we undertook the study of a drilling at the level of the village school.
A technical feasibility study has already been carried out to ensure the feasibility of drilling, to ensure the presence of water on the ground and the different strata to be crossed during drilling.
Drilling begins on the grounds of the public school in the village of Lokokoukou.
the water tower and the margelle are built.
The village services are built as well as that of the school and that of the vegetable garden.
Water supplies are delivered.
End of November:
GHA officials are on the ground.
The village training day on basic hygiene is carried out by three trainers.
The project is perfectly finished.
The maintenance of the system is managed by the village water committee, its sustainability is ensured by the sale of water.
The school has free drinking water.