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New water project enthralls Kamuli locals

Following the commission, the people of Nawanende Parish in Bugulumbya Sub-County in Kamuli District are thrilled.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the area recently dedicated a new pipe water supply system worth $163,000. The residents of Nawanende Parish, Bugulumbya Sub-County in Kamuli District are thrilled about this development.

Following the commission, the people of Nawanende Parish in Bugulumbya Sub-County in Kamuli District are thrilled.Jane Sembuche Mselle, the Country Director for Water Aid Uganda, stated during the commissioning ceremony on Wednesday that the new water system is intended to service more than 50 settlements and has a 20-year design horizon. It is anticipated to operate until 2043.
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According to him, the community’s standards for sanitation and health will significantly improve as a result of the water project.

The Kamuli LC5 chairman, Charlse Maxwell Mugude, stated that the insufficient funding for the water sector has made it difficult for them to build water sources.

The director of Yana Community School, Robert Kalulu, expressed his excitement for the new initiative, pointing out that it will prevent them from having to hike great distances in search of water and lessen illness outbreaks in the region.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was commended by First Deputy Prime Minister Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga for its substantial contribution to enhancing the quality of life in the Kamuli district.

 

She thanked the institution for placing such a high focus on the health and welfare of the local children and families.

 

Kadaga also urged the neighborhood to exercise caution and ensure that the solar panels are not being vandalized.

 

 

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