Competed Projects

Competed Projects

Amach Primary School

Amach Primary School

Located in the Lira District of northern Uganda, Amach Primary School was a recipient of one of our complete water systems. The well was installed in 2008 and the rest of the system soon followed. The following was taken from the hydro-geological report ... READ MORE
Graceland Girls College

Graceland Girls College

Although Drop in the Bucket was initially formed as a clean water charity, we quickly became a clean water and sanitation charity, as we realized very quickly that clean water was only part of the solution. The link between education, gender issues and po... READ MORE
Kakindu Primary School

Kakindu Primary School

The Kakindu Primary School is located in the Kiyuni sub-county of the Mubende district and has 315 pupils. In Lira, due in part to the war, people tend to live more densely. But here in other more rural areas of Uganda, people live in smaller communities ... READ MORE
Lukome Secondary School

Lukome Secondary School

The Lukome Secondary School was one of our first projects in the Gulu District of Northern Uganda. The school is located in the Bungatira sub-county. Although the enrollment numbers are often smaller at secondary schools than primary schools, we feel it i... READ MORE
Masafu Primary School

Masafu Primary School

In 2007 Drop in the Bucket visited the Masafu Primary School in Uganda. They had a well installed that had been set up using an old gas pump. The pump was starting to fail and also consumed water at a greater rate than the wells recharge rate.
 The prob... READ MORE
Mudodo Primary School

Mudodo Primary School

The well at Mudodo was completed in conjunction with our associates from Australia who installed a roundabout pump on the well. This was our first roundabout pump. The pictures show the roundabout being fitted to the well.... READ MORE
Nauyo Primary School

Nauyo Primary School

This School of 2100 was originally set up by the Salvation Army who had later turned it over to the local community. When we arrived the school was without water and sanitation and the children had to walk over a mile for the nearest water source. This wa... READ MORE
Ongica Primary School

Ongica Primary School

The Ongica Primary School is in the Adekokwok sub-county in the Lira district of Uganda. The school has 653 pupils; 314 boys and 339 girls. The toilets at the school were in bad shape, so along with the new well we also installed toilets, septics, a hand-... READ MORE
The Starch Factory Primary School

The Starch Factory Primary School

The Starch Factory Primary School was set up by the local community to educate children living in the IDP (Internally Displaced Persons) camps. The UN set up the camps to house refugees from the 21-year-long guerilla war. A lot of the people living here f... READ MORE
Alapata Primary School

Alapata Primary School

The Alapata Primary School is located in Alela village which is in the Alapata parish in the Batta sub-county of Dokolo, Uganda. This school has 839 pupils, which consist of 425 boys and 414 girls. Before Drop in the Bucket drilled this well the school ha... READ MORE
Ororo Primary School

Ororo Primary School

This Primary School of 719 children is in a very remote location on the outskirts of the Lira District. The School is found in Lira District and in Amach Sub-County. The installed well brought much needed sanitation and water to a hard hit area.... READ MORE
Alebere Primary School

Alebere Primary School

The Alebere Primary School is located in the Lira District and in Barr Sub-County. During our November 2008 trip, we visited the while the well was being built. The drillers had already hit water and were setting on the cement apron the day we took these ... READ MORE
Lugazi Primary School and Orphanage

Lugazi Primary School and Orphanage

The village of Lugazi has a population of over 5000 people. It is located in the Lugazi town council district of Mukono, on The Kampala Jinja Highway. The school has a population of 1500 pupils of which 856 are from the surrounding area, attending school ... READ MORE
Akany Primary School

Akany Primary School

Located in the Lira District of northern Uganda and in Amach Sub-County. Akany had only 224 pupils but employed a very dedicated staff with children very eager to learn. The school was in an isolated, remote part of Lira and although we normally don’t ... READ MORE
Amokoge Primary School

Amokoge Primary School

Located in the Amach Sub-county of the Lira District of northern Uganda, Amokoge Primary School has 622 pupils; 296 boys and 326 girls. The well was completed in April 2008.... READ MORE
Agali Primary School

Agali Primary School

Located in the Lira District and in Amach Sub-County of northern Uganda, Agali Primary School has 683 pupils; 399 boys and 286 girls. The well was completed in April 2008. Before the well, their only source of water was a shallow, hand dug well which b... READ MORE
Maguezane Village

Maguezane Village

Our first well in Mozambique was in a remote village called Maguezane. After a cholera outbreak had killed almost a third of the village's inhabitants in just a year, we knew we had to do something fast. The villagers were quick to form a water committee ... READ MORE
Lira Secondary School

Lira Secondary School

Our well at Lira Secondary School was commissioned in January 2008 and completed in March 2008. It was the first complete system installed by our drillers without present supervision from any member of Drop in the Bucket. We feel like they performed a ver... READ MORE
Ayile Primary School

Ayile Primary School

The Ayile Primary School has 519 pupils and is also located in a very remote part of the Aromo Sub-County in the Lira district. The school feels very strongly that with a well in place, the enrollment will increase significantly. This has certainly been t... READ MORE
Ateri Primary School

Ateri Primary School

Located in Erute in the Lira District of northern Uganda, Ateri Primary School had 727 children without access to clean water. Since the well’s installation in March of 2008, school enrollment has gone up significantly.... READ MORE