Fix That Pump

Maintenance for Sustenance

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Fix That Pump

Rural water supply is reported to cover 63% of the rural population of Ghana (CWSA, 2012), thereby putting the country on track to achieving the MDG target for water. However, behind this apparent success are a complex set of challenges. A first challenge that needs to be considered is the relatively high level of non-functionality of water facilities. Across much of Sub-Saharan Africa, a substantial proportion of water supply facilities is believed to be either not-functioning or functioning sub-optimally, as illustrated by a study that found non-functionality of rural water supply facilities to be between 30% and 40% (RWSN, 2009).
In Ghana, the exact magnitude of non-functionality, sub-standard service delivery and challenges related to the performance of service providers and service authorities, has for a long time been unclear, as data on these issues have not been systematically collected, let alone regularly monitored.
Henceforth, Fix the Pump Team( FTP team) is out to find Innovative solutions to bridge the solve the chronic challenges of non-functionalities of hand pumps in northern Ghana.

Project Ongoing
Hand Pump Mechanics
Hand Pumps Regularly Serviced


We’re actively involved in realizing SDG 6. Clean water and Sanitation. Below are some of our services.


We provide regular Maintenance and Servicing of Handpumps at minimal rates.


We have experienced local hand pump mechanics and borehole experts at your service.

Data Driven

We employ a data driven approach to our solutions and over time have gathered a lot of data on the water industry.


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