Rehabilitation of the Water Supply of the Mission Hospital Adi
This project is finished. Please do not donate for this project.
The population in the area is very poor. The average daily income per family is about $1. People work mainly as farmers and produce crops mainly for themselves. Only a small part is sold on the local market to pay school fees and medical help.
For several years, the water supply has stopped working. At the beginning of the spring water was pumped up from the valley to the mountain. The ailing pipe system from plastic pipes was repaired by the locals themselves. Now the pump, Chinese design, is broken down. According to the hospital staff so far no NGO has agreed to rehabilitate the water supply.
The financially the hospital has no support from outside. Everything is financed by the patients fees.
Everybody who needs medical help is being treated even if in the case he has no money.
Most people in the hospital area are very poor and cannot pay the fees. Sometimes they bring some food, chicken or goat instead of money. Sometimes they cannot contribute something at all.
Therefore the mission hospital cannot afford to buy a new pump and other maintenance on the water supply.
Subdivision exploration with
- expert advice
- replacing the pump
- rehabilitation of the water supply
- teaching of the staff how to operate the water supply system correctly
- teaching of the staff how to maintain the water supply system
The missionary hospital in Adi is a hospital with 152 beds. It was built by American missionaries in 1952. It belongs to the local Protestant church in Adi. The aim is to teach people the love of God by helping sick people.
At hospital work about 71 staff. The mission hospital has the following departments:
- general care
- technical medical department
- administration and finance
All the materials for this project must be bought in Kampala, Uganda and be transported to Adi, DRC. This is a trip of two days.
Project costs: 2,500 Euro