Established in 2009 in a small town Howick, Kwa-Zulu Midlands, Evergreen Gravity Pumps was started with the foresight to help the people of Africa.
On a cold dry winters day in Lesotho we watched community ladies walking from the valley below carrying 20 liter drums of water. Reaching their dry crops, they laboriously started issuing 1 cup of water per maize stalk as irrigation. Then back down to the river below in the deep valley and reenacting the same process. I was moved with compassion for these ladies (and so many others like them) and decided to create and invent my own aqua ram pump. And so here we are.” – Dillon
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Growth & Partnerships
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Consider for a moment what an improvement to life a basic system such as an Evergreen Gravity Pump could be.
A family would be able to increase the size of their personal garden and perhaps for the first time even be able to grow not only enough for themselves but also something to trade with or sell. Basic hygiene principles would also improve if a constant supply of water is available.