Schulen in Bangladesch

In the village of Goljani, after the school was founded, it was also discovered that the groundwater was contaminated with arsenic. AGAPE's first deep well was therefore built next to the school. This still supplies arsenic-free water today. As the school is located on the edge of the village and, apart from the pupils, only a few households have access to clean water without having to travel long distances, we built another deep well in the middle of the village in 2019. The small hospital in Goljani was also connected via a pipeline. Thanks to the two extraction points, the clean water is now accessible to many households without much effort. In our cooperation with the University of Heidelberg, AGAPE's wells are regularly tested for quality. This concerns arsenic in particular, but also microbial contamination such as Echeri coli.



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