WATER TANKS FOR MISISITA HOME FOR THE DEAF ORPHANS- KISII
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Hello, I am Naom Oganga.
The subject charity home and school houses about 50 deaf and/or mute orphan kids but the situation is not good. The kids have to cross the river to fetch water for their use ––- cooking, cleaning, and drinking.
It will help the home a great deal to have water tanks so that they can harvest rainwater and pump more for the dry season. This will give them more time to study, play and help out in other activities other than fetching water. This will also reduce the chance of them getting involved in an accident while crossing the river for water.
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