Foundation Namelok is a small foundation which is operating from South Kenya. The foundation is established in October 2005 after our residence of 5 Months in the small village Namelok, near the border with Tanzania.
Our aim is to provide schools and Masai communities with clean drinking water. We establish that by digging boreholes and station rope pumps on the boreholes.
The cost of 1 borehole: € 200
The cost of 1 rope pump:€ 200
With 1 borehole and rope pump we can either provide a school of about 800 pupils or a community of about 200 people. From January 2006 till December 2006 we established 21 pumps in Namelok and
surrounding area. Our target is to establish 20 boreholes and rope pumps each year.
Apart from the water project we are also improving and upgrading schools and give them educational materials. We rely on individual and school donations.