Below you will find the step by step process of how our partner innovation: Africa uses their Israeli technology to implement water and agricultural to our Water 4 Mercy villages.
Survey the land
We drill up to 150 meters (500 feet) deep below the ground
We check the quality of the water
We install a solar water pump
We build a structure together with the villagers
We install a water tank of 10,000 liters (2600 gallons)
We install solar panels to the solar pump
Groundwork for pumping
We install between 10-15 distribution points (20-30 taps) around the village
Installation of remote monitoring system, scroll below to learn more
Connecting the database to receive live data using cellular communication technology
During the construction period, our local managers work with the community to establish a solar water committee and conduct extensive training
Installation of another water pump just for drip irrigation
Installation of drip irrigation system
Provision of Hybrid seeds and fertilizer according to the needs of the village
Extensive training on agriculture and drip irrigation
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Clearwater, Florida, United States
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