Project Launch: 8-5-19
Chipembere Community Development Organization and Phwemphwe Community will tap water from a perennial water source on top of the mountain in their community. The water will be stored in two constructed tanks with a combined capacity of 15,000 liters. From the tanks, pipes will be reticulated to ten taps strategically placed in the six villages around Phwemphwe communities. 10,967 community members from these six villages will gain access to clean and safe treated water. As part of owning the project, each village has already established a Water Management Committee responsible for mobilizing resources for maintenance of the facilities. This project will contribute to a reduction in waterborne illness in the community. Additionally, it will ease challenges women face in accessing clean and safe drinking water.
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