Sicia Clean Water Project Cameroon
“It was amazing to see the community come together to dig the pipeline. We all participated in the digging and laying of the pipes in the trench. It took us two weeks to complete this job.”
– Farmer Tantoh, Project Manager, Cameroon
“Soon we will fence of the water catchment and plant trees at the site. The material for the fencing is already there, and the community now has access to clean fresh water from the spring. At the end of the whole project, there will be an official celebration.”
– Farmer Tantoh
About the Project
The project is located in the Sicia neighbourhood of Bamenda Town, in the North West Region of Cameroon.
The Sicia water project will help provide potable water to a population of more than 15,000 people. Other neighbourhoods will also benefit, especially during the dry season when there is acute water shortage in the area.
– Increased standards of living.
– Improved health conditions.
– Better livelihoods.
– Lower infant mortality.
At the end of the project a water management committee will be created to ensure the proper management and sustainability of the project.