Database :: SWIMS
Id Code Select the type of water source being inspected Select the agency inspecting this water source Enter the date of source inspection Region District Enter the name of settlement / village where the source is located Distance to nearest settlement (KM) Select the agency that established this water source Enter the date when the source was established Enter the water source name Source gpspoint Enter water source Latitude in decimal degrees Enter water source Longitude in decimal degrees Enter Elevation (m.a.s.l) Enter GPS Precision (m) Enter number of water sources in a cluster Water Source Photographs Select the category of users for this water source Is this a permanent status water source? For how many months in a year is this water source in use (#)? Is this water source currently functioning? Non functioning reason No. of persons using No. of Camels using the source No. of Cattle using the source No. of Sheep/Goats using the source Area irrigated using the source (ha) Is the source protected? What is the depth of this borehole (m)? Type of Casing Casing size (inches) What is the current static water level of this borehole (m)? What is the yield of this borehole (m3/hr)? How long is this borehole operated in a day (hr)? What is the borehole draw down (m)? After pumping, how long does this borehole take to recover (hr)? What is the depth of this dug well (m)? What is the current static water level of this dug well (m)? What is the yield of this dug well (m3/hr)? How long is this dug well operated in a day (hr)? What is the dug well draw down (m)? After pumping, how long does this dug well take to recover (hr)? What is the depth of this dam (m)? What is the length of this dam (m)? What is the width of this dam (m)? What is the depth of this berkad (m)? What is the length of this berkad (m)? What is the width of this berkad (m)? What is the cumulative discharge rate of this spring (m3/hr)? What is the depth of this source (m)? What is the length of this source (m)? What is the width of this source (m)? What is the yield of the source (m3/hr)? What type of reservoir is used for this source? Reservoir capacity (m3) Pipeline type Pipeline length (m) How many House Holds (HH) are connected to this water source? How many kiosks/water points are connected to this source? How many animal troughs are connected to this source? Source used for water trucking during emergency? No. of trucks / day Average truck capacity (m3) Pump type Pump model Pump capacity (m3/hr) Pump level (m) Power source Generator/Solar type Generator capacity (kVA/kWh) What type/model is the solar used? What capacity is the solar (kWh)? Condition of supply system Additional notes on supply & distribution system condition Any visible physical problem (color, odor)? Please describe the color, odor and smell of water Temperature PH Electrical Conductivity (µs/cm) Total Dissolved Solids (mg/l) Water sample code. (if taken) Management type Water & Sanitation Committee (WSC)? Year established WSC members male WSC members female DIs water for human use charged? Current cost of 20 ltr jerrican (USD/20ltr) Is water for animal use charged? Current cost for Livestock (USD/100ltr) What is the name of the operator/caretaker for this water source? What is the phone number of the operator/caretaker? Which agency carried out last intervention on this water source? Recent interventions Last intervention date Proposed intervention description Additional Notes Metadata Tag History
3286 DWGDCE001 Dug Well BRCiS 06/01/2017 Gedo Ceel Waaq Elwak-town Elwak-town 2.8002 41.0187 384.0 Non portable water Water Sources Data from Partners – WSD_Pat watersource.HistoricalWaterSource.None
3287 DWGDCE002 Dug Well ICRC 04/03/2013 Gedo Ceel Waaq Lebile Lebile 2.7924 41.0204 384.0 Yes Yes 25 100 375 16.5 1.4 4.4 8190.0 Construction of the wellhead, including internal lining and apron Water Sources Data from Partners – WSD_Pat watersource.HistoricalWaterSource.None
583 BHGDBA001 Borehole Gedo_TWG 02/01/2014 Gedo Baardheere Community Geriley Town 1.6877 41.0228 180.0 No Submersible Pump Community Poor groundwater potential attributed to highly weathered limestone and heavy clays at greater depths. Two boreholes Water Sources Data from Partners – WSD_Pat watersource.HistoricalWaterSource.None
590 BHGDCE001 Borehole Gedo_TWG 02/01/2014 Gedo Ceel Waaq NCA - Norwegian Church Aid 01-01-05 Jonjon 2.7234 41.0449 394.0 Yes 250.0 13.0 SC-UK - Save the Children UK Water Sources Data from Partners – WSD_Pat watersource.HistoricalWaterSource.None
591 BHGDCE002 Borehole Gedo_TWG 02/01/2014 Gedo Ceel Waaq Oxfam GB 01-06-12 Horbati 2.7525 41.0508 387.0 Yes 80.0 25.0 Submersible Pump 14560.0 ICRC - International Committee of The Red Cross It is likely that the driller did not strictly follow the Hydrogeological survey instructions. Oxfam report(2012) clearly states that the aquiferous layer between depth of 21m to 85m have favourable groundwater potential. However there was a risk of enco Water Sources Data from Partners – WSD_Pat watersource.HistoricalWaterSource.None
586 BHGDBA004 Borehole YME_GSA 07/16/2014 Gedo Baardheere Daaralsaam Daaralsaam 1.9536 41.0746 230.0 Submersible Pump New borehole; target population 5,000; beneficiaries reached 5,000 Water Sources Data from Partners – WSD_Pat watersource.HistoricalWaterSource.None
584 BHGDBA002 Borehole Gedo_TWG 02/01/2014 Gedo Baardheere Oxfam GB 01-06-12 Aus Qurun 2.2098 41.1497 234.0 No 200.0 Dug Well aquifers are very saline due to weathered limestones. Deep fractured aquifers sealed heavy clays hence unsaturated. If saturated-are extremely saline. Water Sources Data from Partners – WSD_Pat watersource.HistoricalWaterSource.None
592 BHGDCE003 Borehole Gedo_TWG 02/01/2014 Gedo Ceel Waaq Former Somali Government 01-06-85 Garsal 2.8189 41.1497 405.0 Abandoned IRC - International Rescue Committee Water Sources Data from Partners – WSD_Pat watersource.HistoricalWaterSource.None
593 BHGDCE004 Borehole Gedo_TWG 02/01/2014 Gedo Ceel Waaq NCA - Norwegian Church Aid 01-03-14 Qurac Layn 3.0328 41.206 379.0 Yes 200.0 16.2 Fresh Water- works still on going Water Sources Data from Partners – WSD_Pat watersource.HistoricalWaterSource.None
587 BHGDBE001 Borehole Gedo_TWG 02/01/2014 Gedo Belet Xaawo Former Somali Government 01-06-85 Dhamasa 3.1533 41.3361 400.0 Yes 105.0 25.0 1145.0 Medium and deep aquifers occur in the area within the sedimentary succession comprising fractured camber sandstones to up to a depth of about 200 m bgl Water Sources Data from Partners – WSD_Pat watersource.HistoricalWaterSource.None