This project provides clean water for 250 children with dyslexia and other neurobiological disorders at Rare Gem Talent School. Sinking a borehole will provide running water to ensure a hygienic environment and prevent the children from contracting cholera which has already been reported in the neighborhood. The water will serve the school and the community around it.
The 250 Children of Rare Gem Talent School with special needs require a high level of hygiene and due to the lack of clean water, they are at risk of waterborne diseases like cholera. The borehole will provide the water and save the school the much-needed revenue used to buy water. Stagnated agriculture school projects will be revived and grow vegetables to meet the children's nutritional needs. 1000 tree seedlings dried up will be restored
Provide clean running water to the 250 children and ensure a high level of hygiene to prevent the waterborne diseases outbreak Also, restore the tree nursery which has 1000 seedlings dried up and utilize the garden to provide vegetables to children.
The project will solve the perennial clean water problem for the 250 children which will provide for their good health and well-being and ensure the provision of vegetables for their nutrition. Prevent the risk of illness caused by water and provide seedling in support of climate change for schools and community around
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