• Amazi Well Points: 868
Live Interactive well map
“It takes more than a hole in the ground
to provide clean water for an entire community.”
Caelene Peake – Founder
We begin by assessing current water sources; gaining approval from the authorities and building partnerships.
Our Geographic Information Systems team is responsible for creating sophisticated maps which show demographics, topography and groundwater potential.
Our hydrogeologists, using information from our GIS team and various technical means, assess the groundwater potential at each site.
Amazi Water Drill Teams and contracted drilling companies are directed to the exact location and drill to an average depth of 65 meters.
The Amazi Water engineers design the water system, including the type of pump needed, tank stand, solar panel or electrical system, piping and tap stands.
Water Quality Testing
Our water quality experts test the water according to multiple parameters, for drinking safety.
Highly trained staff conduct in-depth training workshops with key leaders and the community, on hygiene, sanitation, correct use of the pump, cleanliness of water well area and so on.
Amazi Water provides ongoing maintenance as well as training to specific members of the community to keep wells working.
As of August, 2022, Amazi Water has 200 employees and is growing! Our HR team does an amazing job tending to ongoing staff needs.
The Finance team works across the oceans between Burundi and the USA to make sure that funds are moving smoothly and transparently.
Procurement & Logistics
Almost all of the materials needed for the water systems have to be imported, cleared and moved around the country. This teams handles this monumental task amazingly well.
An impressive team. An impressive warehouse. The organizing, storage & movement of well supplies is no easy feat.
Our marketing team ensures that the Wonderful Work of Amazi Water is communicated creatively and effectively, from story telling, to photos to videos, this team works non-stop.
Communications with NGO partners, government partners, donors and more, this team find themselves in multiple departments across the organization.
Drilling rigs, Vehicles, Drivers
The management and maintenance of all of the heavy machinery and vehicles at Amazi Water is a full time job for a large team.
Security of staff, community members, assets; there are multiple facets to this job.
Amazi Water works hard to keep our wells in working order with a remarkable average of 95% uptimes.