ABORDAHE AX D/A SCHOOL TOILET FACILITY AND MECHANIZED BOREHOLE
Project Launch: 11-19-21
The Abordahe, Amezakope, and Xakope Parents and Teachers Association from Abordahe in the Volta Region of Ghana will drill a mechanised borehole at Abordahe AX DA Basic School, which will be used to supply water to toilets that will be constructed. The water from the borehole will be pumped using an electric motor into a tank before it is channelled to supply the toilets and water taps. In a community that grapples with scarcity of freshwater and incidents of open defecation, the project will help provide access to fresh and clean water to students and members of the community and reduce incidents of open defecation, thereby reducing the occurrence of waterborne diseases. A total of 285 students at the school will be impacted by the project, in addition to the community members who are indirectly affected.