Work on the 14th borehole is still in progress, with phase 1 now completed. The first phase, involving drilling, pump installation, and water testing, is crucial and demands expertise from professional drillers to ensure successful outcomes. Achieving good results, such as obtaining a large quantity of clean water for safe drinking and domestic use, is always a priority during this phase.
Positive results have been achieved following the drilling and various tests conducted by the drillers. We are pleased to witness the borehole pumping clean water, providing some community members with access to the water while work was ongoing. Phase two has commenced this week, focusing on structural development to give the project a new shape.
This phase includes excavation work for laying the foundation of the water tank tower and the wall housing the taps. There will be series of Contructional work with the metal rebars and the frameworks during work of the tower. Meticulous work is required to reach the desired height and complete the tank seat for durability. The wall for taps will has been constructed and will be finished with tiling work.
Throughout these phases, expert carpenters, steel benders, masons, plumbers, tilers, and electricians collaborate to ensure successful completion. We are pleased with the progress made and aim to conclude all work within a two-week timeline, if all things remain favorable. Looking ahead, plans are underway for the last phase, involving the launch and publicity of the event, along with exposure for Hive.
This effort includes the use of various media channels, community participation, and leadership involvement. With the progress achieved and the anticipation of continued success, we look forward to reaching another milestone with Hive soon.We express gratitude for the support received toward the borehole construction and the making of social impact efforts.
Empowering people with the power of Hive is a significant endeavor, and we are pleased to see it happening in Ghana, ending this year with 14 water boreholes is indeed an impactful journey. Thanks to everyone for their support, and a special shoutout to @elevator09 for his love and support toward the Hive Empowers Communities project.We will share updates when there is any development. Thanks for taking time to follow and to read.