School’s Hand Pump Reconditioned

Last year, in an effort to continuously provide clean and safe drinking water to the kids in our school, a local NGO re-conditioned the school’s hand pump, which is located right in front of the building.

Three kindergarten kids posing at the newly renovated hand pump

Three kindergarten kids posing at the newly renovated hand pump

The hand pump was re-dug; the pump itself was fixed, and the little elevated concrete structure which protectively surrounds the pump was also re-done. The hand pump is one of the school’s most essential facilitates, as the lack of safe drinking water is one of the major problems hunting the country.

A photo showing the position of the hand pump in front of the school building

A photo showing the position of the hand pump in front of the school building

Our hand pump was re-fixed by a non-governmental organization commonly known as MAP. Its full name is Medical Assistance Program International Liberia.

The hand pump during the re-conditioning process

The hand pump during the re-conditioning process

We are grateful to MAP for the reconditioning of the hand pump, as the school always has safe drinking water right at its doorstep.

The hand pump during the re-fixing

The hand pump during the re-fixing

Note from Paul Yeenie Harry: In the next few weeks, we will update you with things that happened at the school last year. They are things that happened, but which I could not write about because I had a serious computer problem. Although this problem persists, it is much better now, as I have a repaired one that I am using at the moment. We wish to thank you all for your understanding.

The pump in front of the school

The pump in front of the school

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