CLEAN CLOSE WATER FOR STUDENTS ATTENDING ROYAL PROGRESSIVE ACADEMY IN TONJ, SOUTH SUDAN
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Royal Progressive Academy is a new secondary school in Tonj, Warrap State, South Sudan. The school has no money for a water pump, therefore needs alternative access to water. Royal Progressive Academy is providing quality secondary education, in a town that remains heavily underdeveloped due to the Sudanese Civil War, one of the longest civil wars in Africa.
I looked into what RaHa Solutions does, and I felt the need to participate! I really hope RaHa Solutions can assist the school I care about.
The photo I have attached is of a well that was recently dug by the school administration. The problem is that there is no solar pump to modernise the well, making it difficult to pull water from the 18 metres deep well.
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