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In cooperation with the Jane Goodall Institute, construction of a new facility protects two sources of spring water from animal waste contamination, allowing 800 people to enjoy clean water.
Construction of a new well provides access to clean water for the local Atai village, its 2,000 people and 70 children at a local orphanage.
Construction of a water well, pump tank and tower, located at the Miguta village, provides clean water for the medical clinic, village and its people.
Completion of eight water wells serves eight different villages, benefiting 750 people.
Construction of a new well serves an orphanage and school in Thomassique that educates 250 children.
In cooperation with Engineers Without Borders, installation of a water main pipe connects an existing clean water tank to a nearby village. The clean water is now accessible to 300 homes.
Installation of a water filtration system in rural Sumpango impacts 26,900 people, including nine schools.
Construction of a spring water reservoir serves 150 households in Tanjung Piayu.
Construction of a new well and pump provides clean water to 3,000 people in Embangweni.
IN COSTA RICA
Restoration of existing rural water systems helps four communities in the Paso de las Lapa region.
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