Sunday, September 15, 2013

A Village in Southern Tanzania Gets Clean Water in June 2013

A need for safe drinking water in the world is inexhaustible. Every bit of effort made for a person or group of people to have clean water is to be celebrated that lives have been saved. Through the efforts of Hanga Abbey and the generosity of benefactors a village (Mhepai) of 2,000 people had clean water drawn from a nearby mountain this past June 2013 (here in southern Tanzania). We are very grateful to all who donated for the cause.
The villagers are grateful to all the donors. They are proud to have clean water a project of their sweat, partly. From the very beginning to the end all villagers participated in the work of making the project come into fruition. They gathered sand and gravel to build a dam where water was to be tapped from to bring it to the low ground. They dug the trench and laid pipes. All by hands!
Digging a trench
Laying pipes
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Enjoying clean water
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