Pump Aid and the Elephant Pump programme. For MUS. Pump Aid and the Elephant Pump programme. Introducing Pump Aid The Elephant Pump Multiple Use Partnership Approach Challenges of Scaling Up Innovative Funding. History of Pump Aid. Pilot scheme 100 Elephant Pumps starts 1998
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Prior to pump installation a self-filtering well is dug up to 30 metres depth. The well is lined with bricks or concrete rings with the top section sealed and sand backfilled.
Pump Aid works in partnership with:
Over a million people now use the Elephant Pump every day
Successful partnership programmes with well recognized organisations
Exponential expansion of a successful project brings its own challenges:
Number of pumps being installed every month: 2005 (20), 2006 (50) 2007 (120) 2008 (250)
Other NGOs being trained so that they can build their own Elephant Pumps eg World Vision
Maintaining standards is a huge challenge
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