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"Pal was kind enough to come to Kenya and sight two water wells in remote areas for us.  We had the locations, but due to wanting to have a second opinion we asked Pal.

Pal sighted a well in a Maasai village in the Amboseli National Park area of Kenya; it was drilled in 2011, and is still producing good clean water for the Maasai.  This well has changed the lives of the villagers, as now they don’t have to walk miles to obtain clean drinking water.  Over 1000 people are taking water from this well on a weekly basis.

The other village, Ngu Nyumu, of  about 2000 people in an area close to the town of Machakos, this is arid dry land, and we had a local Geologist come, but we still wanted another opinion as to where to have the well drilled.  This well was drilled on a site that Pal picked, up in the foothills, this well is still free flowing clean drinking water to this day and it was finished drilling in early March of 2011.
This village has improved on the well, and now has built kiosks, holding tanks and now has electricity to the well site, so water is being pumped to more than the original 2000 people.

Pal has dedicated his life to helping people get clean drinking water, and he is an expert in his field of searching for Primary Water.'

–– Evie Treen, Founder
Friends of Woni Kenya International Inc.



'Over the past six or seven years, Pal has generously shared his considerable experience, skills and knowledge of primary water with the staff of Global Resource Alliance to the great benefit of tens of thousands of rural villagers in the Mara region of Tanzania in desperate need of clean, safe water.  He trained us in every aspect of the work from locating potential water sources to the most effective drilling technology and techniques.  If faced with the challenge of locating and developing a reliable source of life giving water in any region of the planet, there is no one in the world I’d rather have by my side than Pal Pauer. '
–– Lyn Hebenstreit
President, Global Resource Alliance



....This weekend we are traveling to the village - we have done that ever since you sunk that Magical Water for us, we are so busy making our lives better with this gracious life commodity! Thank you very much Pal for your brilliance,
–– Christopher, Resident of Ngu Nyumu Village



Everyone in the village send their greetings.  When are you coming back to Kenya?
Our well is working perfect; everyone is healthy in the village, thanks to you.There are many other villages that need water, are you able to help, so we can see you again.

— Joseph Lentia
Chief Inchurra village








“Pal sighted a well in a Maasai village in the Amboseli National Park area of Kenya; it was drilled in 2011, and is still producing good clean water for the Maasai.  This well has changed the lives of the villagers, as now they don’t have to walk miles to obtain clean drinking water.  Over 1000 people are taking water from this well on a weekly basis"     
--- Evie Treen, Founder of Friends of Woni Kenya International, Inc., 2014




Pal received the title Honorary Masai Chief for drilling a successful PW well for Masai Tribe.