Water Catchment team will be working in the village of Kajire, Taita county to build a reservoir that will collect up to 4 million litres of rainwater that will be accessible to over 1000 people. Women in the community must now travel 4-10 km to collect water, so having a locally based source of water will have a significant impact on their lives as well as improve the lives of all community members by allowing for a community garden.
We will work together with an engineer to design a catchment that will be built off of an existing, natural feature.
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