Papua New Guinea


We have worked in two different regions in Papua New Guinea.

Training and equipping in manual water well drilling and hygiene education. The water table is shallow – about 30-45′ from the surface.

One of the groups that we worked with was the Arramba tribe. They live in the western province across 6 villages. After flying into the main village in a small plane, landing on a grass stripe, we had to travel by foot to the other villages (5 and 9 miles away, respectively).

The Arramba embraced the drilling method and after drilling 4 wells with us, they were able to continue and have drilled two more on their own so far.

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