Access to clean and reliable water sources is a lifeline for communities, and IHS Ethiopia is dedicated to enhancing this lifeline through our Borehole Drilling and Rehabilitation program. Our organization recognizes the vital importance of boreholes to our goal of providing access to safe water to as many people as possible.


Our commitment to borehole drilling and rehabilitation has yielded significant results. We have successfully drilled two boreholes in the establishment of the Alemwach refugee site in Northern Gondar, Amhara region. These boreholes have provided a reliable source of clean water, contributing to the health and well-being of the community.

But our efforts go beyond drilling. We understand the importance of maintaining and rehabilitating existing boreholes to ensure a continuous supply of clean water. Monitoring water quality on a daily basis is a routine part of our work, guaranteeing that the water remains safe for consumption.

Boreholes are an essential part of our mission to improve water access and sanitation. They are a testament to our dedication to fostering healthier and more resilient communities.

IHS Ethiopia is committed to making a difference in the lives of those who rely on boreholes for clean water. Our work goes beyond drilling and rehabilitation; it’s about providing a reliable source of hope and health.