Project Water Well

Project Water Well Water Well is a project that aims to increase water access for sustainable agriculture development. Run by five graduate students in Development Economics, the project will take place in Senegal in March 2020.

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We still want the Project Water Well to happen!We will do our best to run the project later in 2020.Special thanks to al...
16/03/2020

We still want the Project Water Well to happen!
We will do our best to run the project later in 2020.
Special thanks to all our supporters. We will keep you posted according to the development of the situation.
#covid19 #staysafe

#GETTOKNOW - OUR PARTNERSIt's already in two weeks! :) We are so excited to depart to Senegal and put our project into p...
05/03/2020

#GETTOKNOW - OUR PARTNERS

It's already in two weeks! :) We are so excited to depart to Senegal and put our project into practice!

We're going to be working together in partnership with the Senegalese company Nanaay and the Swiss NGOs ADED Suisse and Pepopu.

ADED and Pepopu were responsible for designing the sustainable water pumps that will provide year long access to fresh water for the small farmers.
Nanaay is a local entrepreneur who will facilitate all the activities of Project Water Well in the field in the Fatick region.

Take a look at their websites to know more:
https://www.pepopu.swiss
https://aded-suisse.org

And click here to support our project:
https://www.leetchi.com/c/water-access-for-sustainable-agriculture-senegal

**The Project Water Well will address the issue of a lack of access to fresh water for agricultural purposes by aiming to provide small farmers in the Fatick region in Senegal with access to water through an innovative low cost, low maintenance and non-polluting pump.**

#GETTOKNOWTHETEAMDiverse countries of origin, academic backgrounds and professional competences. Our team consists of fi...
22/02/2020

#GETTOKNOWTHETEAM
Diverse countries of origin, academic backgrounds and professional competences. Our team consists of five graduate students from the Master DEIPM - Development Economics and International Project Management at University Paris-Est, who are passionate about empowering local communities and contributing to alleviating poverty.
Working together and sharing our skills, we aim to deliver an impactful project in Senegal during the month of March 2020.

Support Project Water Well at: https://www.leetchi.com/c/water-access-for-sustainable-agriculture-senegal

The Fatick region in Senegal has a 4 month rainy season. 75% of households can only irrigate their crops during this per...
12/02/2020

The Fatick region in Senegal has a 4 month rainy season. 75% of households can only irrigate their crops during this period while 80% of all households depend on agricultural output for their income and to feed their families. Therefore, increasing access to water is essential for these families to have reliable income and food security.

ENOur actions for 2020 had already started! This week the Water Well Project had the pleasure to make a workshop for hig...
22/01/2020

EN

Our actions for 2020 had already started!
This week the Water Well Project had the pleasure to make a workshop for high school students in Paris.
This is part of our efforts to spread the word about sustainable agriculture and empower young people for a more sustainable world.

Support our project at: https://www.leetchi.com/c/water-access-for-sustainable-agriculture-senegal

FR

Nos actions en 2020 ont déjà commencé!
Cette semaine, le Projet Water Well a eu le plaisir de réaliser un atelier pour des lycéens de Sucy en Brie.
Cela fait partie de nos efforts pour faire connaître l'agriculture durable et sensibiliser les jeunes à un monde plus écologique!

Soutenez notre projet: https://www.leetchi.com/c/water-access-for-sustainable-agriculture-

#togetherforsustainableagricultureIn Senegal about 70 percent of the population, especially women in rural areas, are de...
16/12/2019
Water access for Sustainable Agriculture Senegal - Leetchi.com

#togetherforsustainableagriculture

In Senegal about 70 percent of the population, especially women in rural areas, are dependent on agriculture. The main issue regarding agriculture in Senegal is access to water.

The Project Water Well purpose is to impact positively the Senegalese community, and you can be an important contributor to our work.

**Help to increase access to water for sustainable agriculture by donating at:
http://bit.ly/2M011XI**

Share this post on your Fb page and support our project!

#togetherforsustainableagriculture

FR:

Au Sénégal, environ 70% de la population, en particulier les femmes des zones rurales, dépendent de l'agriculture. Le principal problème concernant l'agriculture au Sénégal est l'accès à l'eau.

Le but du projet Water Well est d'avoir un impact positif sur la communauté sénégalaise, et vous pouvez être un contributeur important à notre travail.

** Aidez à accroître l'accès à l'eau pour une agriculture durable en faisant un don à:
http://bit.ly/2M011XI**

Partagez cet article sur votre page Fb et soutenez notre projet!

#togetherforsustainableagriculture

In Senegal about 70 percent of the population, especially women in rural areas, are dependent on agriculture as their main source of income and to feed their familie

This weekend we are promoting an “Atelier de Gaufres” at the Christmas Market in Boissy-Saint-Léger. This is one more ac...
30/11/2019

This weekend we are promoting an “Atelier de Gaufres” at the Christmas Market in Boissy-Saint-Léger. This is one more action to promote Project Water Well and help improving the access to water in Senegal! @ Marché De La Ferme Boissy Saint Léger

Today the Project Water Well is doing its first fundraising event at the University Paris-East. Come join us at the Facu...
26/11/2019

Today the Project Water Well is doing its first fundraising event at the University Paris-East. Come join us at the Faculty of Economics for a nice waffles and pancakes coffee break! #waterwell.project #senegal #agriculturedevelopment

UPEC - Département d'économie de la FSEG
26/11/2019

UPEC - Département d'économie de la FSEG

Hey... Venez déguster crêpes et gaufres pour financer un superbe projet au Sénégal !

Découvrez leur page : Project Water Well

[ENGLISH BELOW]Le projet « Water Well » aura lieu au Sénégal, en mars 2020 et aura pour but d’améliorer l’accès à l’eau ...
25/11/2019

[ENGLISH BELOW]

Le projet « Water Well » aura lieu au Sénégal, en mars 2020 et aura pour but d’améliorer l’accès à l’eau douce des communautés agricoles sénégalaises. Vous pouvez également contribuer à la concrétisation de ce projet grâce à votre soutien !

Comment?
- Rejoignez-nous pour un régal le matin avant les cours, ou pour un goûter l'après-midi. Achetez une délicieuse gaufre et aidez-nous à financer cette initiative !

Quand?
- Mardi 26 novembre - de 9h à 12h et de 15h à 18h.

Où?
- UPEC, UFR des sciences économiques et gestion

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The Project Water Well is going to happen in March 2020 in Senegal, and you can also contribute impacting the Senegalese communities through your support!

How?
-- Join us during breakfast time before your classes. Buy a delicious waffle and help us to be more financially sustainable!

When?
-- Tuesday, Nov 26th - from 9h-12h and 14h-16h.

Where?
-- UPEC, Economics Building

Don't forget to invite all your friends!
#workwithpurpose #socialdevelipment #socialeconomy #internationaldevelopment

Our team consists of five students from the Master DEIPM - Development Economics and International Project Management at...
12/11/2019

Our team consists of five students from the Master DEIPM - Development Economics and International Project Management at University Paris-Est, who are passionate about empowering local communities and contributing to alleviating poverty. We bring our knowledge and experience in different fields of development and project management to address these issues.
We are working hard to deliver the best possible outcomes to the Senegalese communities in March 2020!

Water Well is a project that aims to increase water access for sustainable agriculture development. Run by five graduate...
12/11/2019

Water Well is a project that aims to increase water access for sustainable agriculture development. Run by five graduate students in Development Economics, the project will take place in Senegal in March 2020.

Project Water Well's cover photo
12/11/2019

Project Water Well's cover photo

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Olá todo mundo! Como parte do meu mestrado irei realizar um projeto humanitário na África, mais especificamente no Senegal, a fim de melhorar o acesso a água para promover o desenvolvimento da agricultura. Por isso, estamos levantando fundos, e eu conto com a sua ajuda. Aceitamos doações de qualquer valor! Para doar, basta clicar neste link: https://www.leetchi.com/c/water-access-for-sustainable-agriculture-senegal Acessando a nossa página e partilhando o link para doação você também está contribuindo para o nosso projeto deslanchar! Conto com vocês! #togetherforsustainableagriculture