Kaxinawá Indigenous Land of the Humaitá river

Water Project – Vigilante and Boa Vista

With the “Water Project,” APOTI delivered two artesian wells in the Kaxinawá Indigenous Land of the Humaitá River. The villages chosen by the communities to install the wells were Vigilante and Boa Vista. Once completed, the Aldeia Vigilante well was 37 meters deep, equipped with an industrial filter, 3,000 liters of storage in water tanks and pumping by a solar pump, with 560W of power in panels. The Aldeia Boa Vista well was 42 meters deep, equipped with the same structures and equipment.

An important item is the industrial filter, which is responsible for removing impurities and offering quality water. The clean water obtained through the wells is being stored in large reservoirs (a 3,000 liter water tank in each village), from where it is distributed to the entire community.