Zeze is a village located in the Kasulu district of Tanzania, with a population of nearly 9000. Due to extensively long dry periods throughout the year, rainwater harvesting is not the best solution to their water problems. Instead, boreholes have been identified as the solution to local water scarcity. Each borehole costs £1400, and is able to provide villages with water access throughout the year.
With your donations we aim to provide a reliable water source to the local community of Zeze through these boreholes. Thank you for donating!
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