BRATTON Clovelly based group Devon Aid Korogwe (DAK) is delighted with the workmanship and finish of its latest project in Tanzania.
A pipeline, almost two miles in length, has just been installed to provide clean water for about 4,000 people spread out over a large area. Villagers are delighted they no longer have to walk long distances to muddy holes to fetch polluted water for their families.
So that villagers are responsible for the general care and maintenance of the source, two days of training have been given to a cross section of the community, including teenagers who are the future of the village welfare; young children were taught how to wash their hands properly.
Neighbouring villagers are travelling miles to come to buy from the strong supply.
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