Updated Sep 13, 2018
Water access is simply unaffordable for millions of the world's poorest people. Boreholes that are drilled by well-meaning charities through traditional means are expensive and are more likely to fail in a short period of time, leaving those who were meant to benefit right back where they started. There has never been a reliable technique that is easily implemented, repeatable, accessible and sensible enough to solve the global water access problem... Until now!
The Crawford Drill is the result of years of extensive testing and over 45 years of experience drilling all types of boreholes throughout North America with every known technique. Inventor RC Crawford took the cleanest and most effective techniques (that previously cost over six figures and required heavy truck mounted systems) down to the simplest components, solved the mathematical problems and created a patented system for hand drilling the best wells possible; easily and cheaply.
|New Implemented Countries||Brazil, Ethiopia, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Senegal, Peru, Mozambique, Kenya, Zambia|
|Recruit||We are looking for volunteers and board members who are interested in becoming part of our water access revolution.|
|New Feature||We are continuing to improve and develop our system to become faster, easier and more affordable.|