Borehole for St. Cyprian Minor Seminary, Ghana

Project Leader:

Reverend Clement Cobb

St. Cyprian Minor Seminary at Sawla in the Damongo Diocese, in Ghana was established in 2006 and promotes excellence in academics, discipline and love of God. Father Clement Cobb is leading the way towards starting a borehole project that would secure safe drinking water for students and staff. These times require geotechnical studies in order to obtain information on physical properties, surface exploration and sampling of soil. This undertaking is very much a vital necessary so that students can stay focused and pursue their God given talents as education is key for the development of every provision in society. The need is great! A new, safe, reliable, water source would be a blessing for all at the St. Cyprian Minor Seminary. A gift of $25 can help buy soil test kits.

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$1,895

of $4,000 raised



HANH donated $50.

Stephen donated $25.

Rejith donated $50.

Astrid donated $100.

Sandra donated $50.

Bob donated $25.

Adam donated $50.

Stephen donated $25.

Anonymous donated $50.

Stephen donated $25.

Anonymous donated $260.

Stephen donated $25.

Earl Anselm donated $50.

GAYE L donated $10.

Filip donated.

Jean donated $50.

Anonymous donated $50.

WendyDawn donated $50.

Anonymous donated $50.

Anonymous donated $50.

Stephen donated $25.

Jason donated $10.

Anonymous donated $25.

Carmen donated $50.

Mary Ann donated $50.

Anonymous donated $50.

Anonymous donated $50.

What your donation can do!

  • $10 helps buy water / soil quality kits
  • $20 helps buy water source well point
  • $50 helps buy water filter
  • $100 helps buy water pump
  • $250 helps buy underground water detector


Project Updates

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HANH donated $50.

28 days ago

Stephen donated $25.

1 month ago

Rejith donated $50.

2 months ago

Astrid donated $100.

3 months ago

Sandra donated $50.

3 months ago


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