The total cost of the materials needed to drill one well and install a hand pump is between $800 and $2,000. This price does not include the cost of travel, meals and lodging for workers.

The typical cost of a latrine for one household is approximately $200. For a school, the price ranges from $1,000 to $3,000, depending on location.

The cost of a rain catchment system with rain storage tanks can range anywhere from $900 to $1,200.

Spring water storage and piping projects costs are dependent on the distance from source to village. Our past projects have cost between $3,000 and $5,000.

You can provide stateside support to Hydromissions teams by providing funding for a water and sanitation project. Every little bit counts, and every penny helps. If you choose to donate, your funds will be used to provide water or sanitation facilities in a community that desperately needs it, but, most importantly, your donation will also help provide people in remote areas access to streams of Living Water, the Gospel of Jesus Christ.


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Cameroon 2013

Lives Touched

Two wells were installed in the Donga Mantung division of the northwest region of Cameroon. The project was to establish wells at a primary school in the Equato/Fung village. Our project lead, Vise Chin, purchased all parts for this project at the local market. A two-person team was sent to the village beforehand to gain the support and commitment from the community.