We have a small drilling machine which can be loaded into a truck. It will drill to the depth of 150'. It works well in clay but is too small to drill through rock. The benefit of this drill, however, is that it is small enough to maneuver in rough terrain. We bring in our 4" casing from the States as it is hard to find in Haiti and very expensive. The Indian Mark II is the pump of choice in nearly all parts of the developing countries. It is manufactured in India and a complete pump assembly in a 100' hole would cost somewhat over $1000. We do not charge villages any thing for our work or supplies. We rely totally on private donations from individuals, clubs, churches and service groups. To create a sense of ownership within the village we ask that they supply cement, sand and assist with labor.
Chuck Larsen explains our mission and process.