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Empowering youth and women economies

TAK WATER ENTERPRISE

TAK WATER IS PART OF TAK FOUNDATION
Vision
Individuals and communities living healthy and dignified lives as a result of effectively using existing God given water resources
Mission
Tak water will take a client friendly approach to drill water and develop existing sources to supply water for sustainable human and general development purposes

Empowering youth with manual drilling skills

MANUAL DRILLING

TAK drills shallow wells that go up to 30 metres in depth. These wells can be hand pumped or installed with a submersible electric pump basing on the water quantity and the recharge rate of the borehole.
These types of wells are drilled using hand augers and hammers. The benefits include, Safety (using machine rather than hand dug), Cost effective drilling , Empowering youths, Sustainability & Community empowerment, health enhancement and Job Creation,

Mechanical drilling for deep         drilled boreholes

MECHANICAL DRILLING

Where possible TAK water has an option of using rotaries and the mud slugging to create affordable boreholes. Training of youths that have been on hand machines, career growth and personal development comes handy. When stuck with hand tools, we use the bigger machines such as compressor and rigs.

Understand your ground water prospects

HDROGEOLOGICAL SURVEYS

TAK water has a competent team that carries out shallow well surveys for clients at affordable prices. This includes helping the client to locate an appropriate site and helps the drilling team to prepare appropriate tools for use in site.
The VES surveys is highly supported by the traditional local information about the geological formation of a particular area to create a comprehensive report for a particular drilling site.TAK water VES surveys conforms to the water regulation laws and regulation of Kenya and the UN.

Water Sanitation and Hygiene training for communities

WASH TRAINING

Water Sanitation and Hygiene is one of the core business of TAK water. Training communities the importance of keeping water safe for drinking has helped many people to improve their lives and cut down medical expenses.
The money spent in hospitals due to water born diseases could help the community in their social-economic activities. TAK WATER has embarked on a number of WASH training across the country.

We bring water close to communities by building water kiosks

WATER KIOSKS

For community water supply systems Tak water embarks on building water kiosks that help in income generation through selling water and using the same revenue in maintaining the systems. Tak water has water kiosks in Nairobi and west Kenya

Creating professional water  treatment systems

PLUMBING WORKS

Plumbing systems and water treatment is part of Tak water vision of bring clean accessible water to communities. Through partner programs we carry out plumbering works after water drilling from borehole to tower tanks and supply to other areas

Whatever your needs, we’re here to make things happen. Contact us for a free consultation.

 
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WATER IS LIFE

WE USE DIFFERENT DRILLING TECHNIQUES

UPCOMING EVENTS

Upcoming events and Projects

Manual and Mechanical drilling Uganda
WASH Trainings
Staff trainings and summit in Nairobi

PAST EVENTS

Past events and projects

-Level two manual drilling training
-NCA trainings
-Lifeskills training
-Agriculture training with the Batwa
-Wash training

PARTNERS

Our partners include

-Water Resource Management Authourity
-Fight for the Forgotten
-Dorcas Aid International
-PRD Rigs

Whatever your needs, we’re here to make things happen. Contact us for a free consultation.

 

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Contact

+ 254 706 758144/ +254716648659

@TAKAFRICA

Address

P.O.BOX 648-00502
KAREN NAIROBI
Isinya Kajiado Road
Kajiado (5 km from Kiserian)

©2018 by TUUNGANE AMANI KENYA FOUNDATION.

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