Construction of catchment tank, pipelines and storage tanks for clean water projects
￼Nepal has abundant water supplies, but unfortunately water sources are often located ￼some distance away from where people live.
We discovered that women and children in rural Nepal can spend up to three hours ￼every day just collecting water for drinking and cooking.
￼Communities of less than twenty five households do not qualify for government backed ￼schemes to supply water.
Six small communities and a primary school have been identified for our next phase of water delivery. The project includes identifying a clean spring high in the hills, constructing a catchment tank, pipelines and storage tanks. Each village will receive several washing stations, where water can be collected and where people and clothes can be washed.
￼Resolve International focuses on small communities in the hills of Baglung District which ￼have no direct water supply. So far we have provided water for 1,233 people in small ￼rural communities.
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