It's been a long day, but it's been worthwhile. Today was a fantastic day at Agona Bedomase, where the hive borehole project is presently underway. Hive has made measures to guarantee that communities in Ghana and throughout the globe are highly empowered by providing basic necessities. Agona Bedomase has been recognized as receiving potable drinking water from Hive in this respect. Agona Bedomase is a town in the Ashanti region of Ghana. Individuals whose major occupation is farming occupy the neighborhood. However, it is bordered by numerous other towns that seem to give water to the residents of this village.
One of the town's most pressing needs is obtaining potable water. According to town leaders, people of Agona Bedomase journey for 15-20 minutes, or about a mile, in search of water from surrounding settlements. All of the surrounding main towns are responsible for delivering water to the people of Agona Bedomase.
photos by @mcsamm
In this regard, the Hive blockchain agreed, with the sponsorship of @valueplan, to build a borehole water system as part of the Hive Empowerment Project In Ghana to feed the people of Agona Bedomase and its surroundings and save the community from walking such long distances to get water for their use.
Earlier this week, preparations for the construction of this project were completed in order to announce the Beginning of Hive Promo Project in Ghana. Today, I'm writing to offer an update on the progress of Hive's effort in Ghana, which starts with the borehole drilling.
The first phase (Drilling stage)
The continuing borehole project in Agona Bedoamse began drilling today at 11 a.m. It was facilitated after a well-planned visit to the neighborhood by the drilling service. The town leadership assisted us in securing the location for the project. It was crucial to emphasize how significant this was to the community. After obtaining all of the drilling supplies required, the company's founders traveled to the town today to begin the first step of the project, which starts with drilling.
The local assemblyman and the community council team were all on hand today to assist monitor the start of the continuing project. Their presence today was quite beneficial in ensuring that everything was in order. Members of the neighborhood that came out today were overjoyed to see this happen. The photos and scenes below depict different aspects of the drilling in Agona Bedomase.
flow of water
As project managers for the current hive project in Ghana, we (@mcsamm & @collinz) ensured that the drilling went as planned. The drilling company performed an excellent job today, exactly like they did in the previous borehole. We praised their dedication to providing excellent service and look forward to working with them again in the future.
After a good day, the assemblyman of Agona Bedomase and the few residents around were overjoyed to see water running from the earth. This was just the beginning of the optimism that hive has to give towns like these in Ghana. The town council officials expressed their gratitude for the work well done and expect that we will come tomorrow to tidy up the surface of the drilled area before continuing with the remainder of the project's different phases.
photo with drilling workers and town leaders
This was finished at 6:30 p.m., when night had already fallen. After the drilling is finished, we expect the next phase of the project to begin this week. We will, without a doubt, keep everyone updated on the progress of the Hive empowerment effort, which is now happening in Agona Bedomase, Ghana. We took photos with the drilling workers and the town authorities before departing and leaving Agona Bedomase today.
@mcsamm & @collinz
Project : Construction of borehole system
Location : Agona Bedomase (Ghana, West Africa)
Sponsor : @valueplan
Project manager : @mcsamm & @collinz
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