Irimba Primary School is far from any clean source of water. Students walk for hours collecting dirty water from swamps. They miss school and no water is able to be saved for handwashing. When DLDT first interviewed Irimba, parents and teachers were almost to tears eagar to get clean water for their kids. As a bandaid and sign of ‘community ownership’, DLDT shared the cost of two large clay water filters so they could – at least- filter water for cooking and drinking as we waited to get their projects planned, funded and implemented.
Deep-borehole (hand-washing station and latrines for boys listed on another project). A special iron removal filter needed to be constructed.
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