Project News: Well repairs at Campo M'aan
Well repair project in Campo Maan, Cameroon
In recent months the David Hoyle Foundation has been working in partnership with The World Wide Fund for Nature on a well repair project in the village of Campo M'aan in Cameroon. The village well has been in need of repair for several years but the costs have proved prohibitive.
On her trip to the country in August 2019, Marceline met with WWF engineers who will be undertaking this important project to bring clean drinking water to residents of the village. The foundation is paying over £3,000 towards the project, which will see the well repaired and made functional again over a period of around a week.
At the same time, local people will learn how the repairs are undertaken so that they can undertake maintenance on the well in the future.