Ghana Trip 12th January

Founder Emma Hodgkins visited the community of Bepong to see where we will be drilling our first bore hole.
The water searches were carried out before Emma's arrival and this post marks the spot where we will start drilling to find a strong sustainable water supply.

 This post marks the spot where we will start drilling our first borehole

This post marks the spot where we will start drilling our first borehole

Carrying out the searches in the dry season is so important as this means that throughout the year there will be a constant water supply for the community of Bepong.

Emma and volunteer Sue Gilbert visited the palace of Bepong and the chief to be welcomed and thanked for the gift of clean water.

 Emma and Sue are welcomed by the village chief

Emma and Sue are welcomed by the village chief

Emma Hodgkins said "The gratitude from the chief was wonderful. The borehole will provide water for a community of 4000 people, saving and changing lives”.