Hope for Tanzania

Water Gushes from the Earth

Published 27 July 2014

No, this is not a story of severe flooding and destruction. But one of joy and thanksgiving to God by the community of Tuishime School for the abundant supply of water. The borehole has been drilled to a depth of about 100 metres, the water tested to confirm that its quality is fit for humans, and the 10,000 litre storage tank is now full. We thank God that our supporters have made this possible because we have been able to fully fund the project. No longer will the school be without water, no longer will Felix have to take drums in the pickup to search for water. Everyone at the school is delighted, as we are, and we feel proud that this important infrastructure project has been successfully completed. Thank you everyone.


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