Pancui, South Sudan
When we arrived in Pancui, the village well was a large open hole in the dry red earth. It was a breeding ground for malaria and guinea worm, and a death trap for livestock. Unclean and unsafe, for 1600 villagers it was the only option.
We drilled a borehole in Pancui in March 2012 that provides the village with a steady source of clean water. Already the villagers are healthier. The livestock are safe. The children can go to school again. Where there is clean water to drink, joy flows.
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