Technology The following images show how a new well is dug. 1. Sunday conducts a Site Survey to establish if the Mission 4 Water technology is suitable for a proposed site. He meets with local Water Officer and community leaders. 2. Once on site the Drilling team assemble the tripod and begin hand augering. 3. A variety of tools are available to help overcome any possible obsticles like stones and slippery clay. 4. Sometimes it is necessary to hand dig the well and then culverts are used to house the pipes and pump. 5. Having reached wet soil, the drilling continues to ensure the well doesn’t run dry. 6. Narrow slots are cut into the 4 inch casing for filtration. 7. Then the casing is inserted to protect the pump assembly. 8. A blue bucket is used to house the concrete which protects the pipes. 9. Bailing removes sandy particles from the water before the pump is inserted. 10. A surround is constructed to allow spilled water to drain away 11. The PVC pump from USA is connected to 1.5 inch and 0.75 inch blue pipes and inserted almost to the bottom of the borehole. 12. Assembling the handle and fixing the well seal. 13. Engineer Sunday engraves technical data and contact details for future reference. 14. At the well launch the beneficiaries are trained how to use the well and the importance of sanitation. A well committee is formed to ensure sustainablility.