Last Week, Balay Mindanaw installed, and signed over two SkyHydrants at two remote villages in Upi, Maguindanao in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao – Barangay Kinitaan and Barangay Rempes.
Both units have been sponsored by the Rotary Club of Dromana.
Located in the mountainous areas, there are rivers, springs and waterfalls that offer more than sufficient water.
The animals and people within the catchment however has meant that the water has been contaminated and the villagers health has been poor.
Balay Mindanaw first visited the villages 20 years ago to mediate a community peace consultations that produced a lasting ceasefire agreement .
Now the two villages are fulfilling their dream of providing safe drinking water, especially to their children.
YOU CAN MAKE A TAX DEDUCTABLE DONATION WHICH WILL HELP US DELIVER SAFE WATER FOR MORE CHILDREN IN 2023-2024.
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