Essential Water Projects for Bolivians

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Afueni Yapatikana Baadaye

By a female, 46-60 years old , in Miharati, Kenya
Map of Afueni yapatikana baadaye I thank the Shallow Wells International Management Organization very much because of the projects that they introduced in our community of searching and drilling of water by Mr. Nicholas. It has been to much benefit to us. The organization has educated the people of the areas that are that are capable of being drilled for water. People have received this news with a lot of joy and hope. This is because they can be able to get jobs from the projects instead of idling in the community. This water has also benefited the people by providing clean drinking water, water for irrigation, domestic use as well as livestock use. So this has been to great benefit to the society. Read more.
Related to project keywords: drinking water, clean drinking, use, areas, projects

Lugha Na Utamaduni

By a female, 22-30 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of Lugha na utamaduni In this our country everyone has right to use languages and to participate in traditional life.A person fro a certain community or tribe together with members of his community has rights to use his language.No one should force others to to follow any traditions. Read more.
Related to project keywords: languages, traditions, language, use, traditional

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San Diego, California, United States

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Robert Vincent

Leverett, Massachusetts United States

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