CAMEROON - Clean Drinking Water for Cameroon

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Pumpmakers solar pumps have been supplying the remote village Ndoki near Douala in Cameroon since April 2016.
With a capacity of up to 15,000 liters of water being pumped out from a depth of 50m each day, the system has opened the door to a brighter future for some 5,000 local people.

The PM Life Station is a water well pump for pumping water out of water wells.

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