There are millions of people who don’t have access to clean water. They get diseases like dysentery, which prevent them from staying healthy and going to school. They have no time for a career and zero chance to live in prosperity. Their kids are born into the same cycle of poverty and disadvantage.
They say “Water is Life” but that is not always the case in many rural areas of Ghana, one of those affected regions being Obomeng-Kwahu and its neighbouring villages.
During the dry season, many boreholes become irrelevant and the last recourse is the traditional water source "Abura mu". It's rather unfortunate that these sources are not maintained to ensure healthy water free from contamination.
In our quest to make the world a better place, we have renovated Asuo Yaa mu, located around the chief Palace which provides portable drinking water for most part of the Obomeng community. Without it, there would be no water during the dry season.
This will certainly reduce the hassle our mothers, sisters and brothers go through in other to get water for domestic use.
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Thanks for your blog, nice to read. Do not stop.