Hope for Tanzania

Water Supply at the School

Published 14 November 2013

For most of 2013, the water supply at the school has been either poor or non-existent. As you can imagine this makes it very difficult for the school to run as water is needed for washing, drinking and cooking. 320 children, plus all their teachers, and Felix and Naomi, who live there all the time, need a lot of water. So what has been happening is that Felix and others have taken drums to a nearby water tap, twice a day, transporting them back to school in the pick-up. This has been exhausting and created a lot of extra work. So Hope for Tanzania has agreed to fund the drilling of a borehole at the school once we know the cost of the work. If you are able to assist then please send your gift to Hope for Tanzania, 12 Hazel Grove, Duffield, Derbyshire DE56 4GP. Many thanks for your help.


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