Current Projects and News

Drilled spring catchement
Dec 8

Drilled spring catchement

A new project has just been completed in Ambohimahavelona (Toliara). A shallow drilled well allows to get the water flowing from karstic springs in a small alluvial valley acting as underground storage. The well, built for NGO HAMAP and The Ministry of Water will feed the projected water supply of Ambohimahavelona.

BushProof team working hard
Oct 30

BushProof team working hard

Construction of the water supply system of Fanjakana. This one will feed more than 3’000 people.

Client : Ministry of Water and UNICEF Madagascar

Another highly productive well drilled
Oct 30

Another highly productive well drilled

This well will be used for a new water supply system to be built in Fanjakana, SW of Madagascar. Client : Ministry of Water and UNICEF

September WASH training in Madagascar – just completed successfully!
Sep 21

September WASH training in Madagascar – just completed successfully!

We had 16 motivated participants attending from countries including Zambia, Ethiopia, Germany and Kenya. Dates for the next training in March will be published soon.

Always on the road…
Sep 1

Always on the road…

One of our rig is working on different site in the west of Madagascar at the moment. Roads are not always good and any move of the material takes lot of time. Our teams are used to work in those conditions.

Accurate water supply solution for coastal villages
Jul 22

Accurate water supply solution for coastal villages

BushProof has just finished two surveys along the North-West coast of Madagascar and on the Mitsio island. The aim of these surveys was the visit of remote villages to propose and design accurate water supply solution or improve existing ones. Those surveys have been done for NGO Ranomamy and GRET.

BushProof is building a new water supply system in Madagascar
Apr 20

BushProof is building a new water supply system in Madagascar

BushProof has just started to build a water supply system in the commune of Beahitse, South-West of Madagascar. Water will be pumped in a borehole using solar energy. The system, fund by german NGO AKE will supply the population of two remote villages. Our team (25 workers) will be working there for the next three months.