Posts tagged [Angola boreholes]
The JAM Water Services team has just completed Phase I of the Angola Borehole Drilling Project. Drilling commenced in February 2019 and completed in mid April 2019 with a total of 51 new boreholes been drilled. Our team is back for some rest and recuperation and will then join the team in South Africa for 2 months before returning to Angola to commence Phase II of the project. Our target is to drill 100 boreholes this year in Angola providing clean water to rural schools, clinics and communities. Our equipment will also go through some major services and modifications. Thanks to JAM International for making this project possible and a great thanks to a dedicated team of drillers and support crew.
JAM Water Services is currently on project in Angola drilling boreholes and equipping the boreholes with hand pumps for rural communities, schools and clinics. This project is sponsored by JAM International who has been providing not only boreholes and clean water to schools and communities but is also supplying nutritional food to many schools and clinics. JAM International has been operating in Angola since 1991.
Below is a picture of a great water strike at a location called Condeve in the Benguela Province of Angola. Thanks to JAM International and our dedicated JAM Water Services Team.