Khomas Regional Council Project
In 2019, an assessment undertaken by the Khomas Regional Council in Windhoek Rural areas revealed the constituency faces a water shortage for humans and livestock while boreholes are dry or have low water yield capacity.
The Khomas Regional Council with financial assistance from the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry undertook a project to install and rehabilitee a number of boreholes in the region to address the challenge of water sources.
The project included the installation of a number of solar systems for replacement of faulty engines at 3 Farm Areb, 2 Farm Nauapoort, 1 Farm Versailles, 4 Satanslaught Post 2, 3, 4, 5; as well as the construction of 4km water pipelines at Satanslaught.
Light Systems Namibia was appointed to carry out this project.
Below are a few specifications about the project:
Number of Boreholes: 8, Number of Tanks and Tanks Stands: 5, Number of Farmers benefiting from Project: 271
Images From Khomas Regional Council Project