Current Projects and News
BushProof is actually working on the construction of shallow waterpoints exploiting groundwater of perched aquifers in the south of Madagascar. The project aims to improve access to drinking water as well as to provide water for irrigation in the region. We are trying to understand the extent of all shallow perched aquifers in the region and look at the feasibility of abstracting water from manually drilled water wells. Client : CARE, financed by ECHO
BushProof has just participated to the 2016 MEDAIR WASH Conference in Dubaï (UAE) and had the opportunity to give 8 sessions on water well design, hydrogeology, GFWS, water treatement, and sanitation. Appreciate the view from the conference room on the 40th floor…
Client : MEDAIR
BushProof now own a borehole inspection camera and proposes inspection service. The camera allows inspection of well until a depth of 100m and is easily movable in the field.
Our last client requesting this service wanted a complete evaluation of its two very productive water wells, including camera inspection, pumping test, efficiency and influence observation. Client : OSO Farming – LGA, Ambilobe, north of Madagascar
BushProof is currently drilling on Nosy Tsarabanjina paradise island (part of Mitsio islands in the north of Madagascar) for one of the finest hotel in Madagascar. The work consists in improving exploitation of existing freshwater lens by builing both a properly sized freshwater intake and a seawater intake for desalinisation purpose. Client : Constance Group, Tsarabanjina (hotel)
The only water source of these people is a large diameter well built directly on the beach, 4 km far from the village. They can only get brackish water floating on sea water. Seen in Androy (extreme south of Madagascar) during a survey done for CARE International.