We drill when there is no other way to get clean water Fields of Activity
Water treatment, if the existing water makes you ill Fields of Activity
Seminars on water supply and hygiene Fields of Activity
Special Field Water
Water supply includes water extraction, water pumping, water storage and pipeline construction.
At the beginning of the water supply is the water extraction. The water can come from groundwater, from surface waters such as rivers and lakes or from springs. Another method is the collection of rainwater.
During an on-site inspection, we will decide with you what the best solution is.
The water pumped, be it groundwater or surface water, usually has to be treated in some way so that it can be used as drinking water. The so-called raw water often contains undesirable substances such as suspended solids, bacteria, viruses, fertilizer residues or heavy metals.
Depending on the substances that have to be removed, the water treatment process also changes.
Our seminars are mainly aimed at people who are responsible for water projects on site.
Contents are basics of water supply, WASH and others.
Good knowledge of mathematics, physics and chemistry is an absolute prerequisite.
For seminars outside Africa please contact directly Eng. Jürgen Baisch.
Irrigation makes sense wherever agriculture is not profitable or not possible due to insufficient water. This is often the case in semi-arid and arid areas.
Irrigation offers the chance to increase crop yields and thus become less dependent on food aid. With sufficient irrigation, soil salination can also be avoided. Soil that has already been salinated can become salt-free again.
For Water We Walk For Miles ...
... also to remote areas
We want to stay mobile
Get it rolling!
The pick-up, which we often borrowed free of charge for our projects, is now 20 years old and clearly getting on in years. It can no longer cover long distances far from asphalted roads. Therefore, we now need a reliable off-road vehicle. It is to be stationed centrally in Uganda. Help us to stay mobile!
here we have been so far