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Charitable organisation delivers clean water to Techiman Karkie … – Myjoyonline

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A humanitarian organization, Markaz Aleawn Alyaqin (MAA), has provided a clean water system to the residents of Techiman Karkie community in the Bono East Region.
The water supply project, funded by the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre, includes a 15-cubic storage tank connected to strategically placed standpipes.
The water is sourced from mechanized boreholes equipped with photovoltaic systems, and it is distributed through transmission and distribution lines. This initiative is expected to benefit a significant number of people, including animals in the area and neighbouring communities.
The water has been directed to kraals to ensure a continuous supply for the animals in the community. This intervention alleviates the struggle for water, a precious commodity for life.
Some residents expressed their relief, especially women, who believe that this humanitarian effort will reduce their daily hardships and allow them to dedicate more time to other activities.
Adizatu Kuburah, for instance, shared her appreciation, stating that while she had tap water in her home, it often didn’t flow consistently. “The construction of the water sources, which are directly pumped to an erected tank, has proven to be a significant improvement,” she said.
Faiza Mohammed, who works in the Techiman market, expressed her joy at having access to clean and drinkable water when she returns from work. She highlighted that the previous water source was often crowded and unreliable, making her daily tasks more challenging. “I always come here to fetch water easily at late hours to help me to do my house chores,” she indicated.
Abubakar Jibril, the treasurer of the local cattle business association, noted that their cattle had to move to other areas for drinking water, which was an inconvenience.
The provision of water to their doorsteps has brought considerable relief to the residents.
Mr. Mus’ab Mohammed Kamil, Head of Communications for MAA, emphasised the organization’s mission to provide quality and drinkable water to communities, thereby promoting healthy living.
He stated that the purpose of these projects was to bring clean and safe drinking water to under-served areas in the country.
Additionally, Mr Kamil mentioned plans are far advanced to hand over 51 more mechanized boreholes across various communities in Ghana by December 2023 to ensure residents have access to clean water.
“We aim to complete these projects within one year, by December 2023, in selected regions, including Ashanti, Northern, Central, Western North, Savannah, Bono East, Ahafo, Upper West, Greater Accra, and Eastern Regions,” he added.
He expressed heartfelt gratitude to the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre for entrusting the organization with this vital project, assuring transparency and accountability in its execution.
Experts say the provision of clean water is not just a matter of convenience; it is a fundamental human right and a cornerstone of public health, economic development, and overall well-being.
Ensuring that everyone has access to clean and safe drinking water is a global priority with far-reaching benefits for individuals, communities, and societies as a whole.
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