Joy as remote Turkana village gets first fresh water borehole

More than 5,000 residents of Lobolo, a remote village in Turkana Central Sub-county, are breathing a sigh of relief after a US charity sunk a borehole that will provide them with a freshwater source, the first in the area that relies on Lake Turkana’s saline waters.

The Sh1.2 million hand pump water project handed over to Lobolo Primary School will also serve locals.

Maisha Project Founder, Beatrice Williamson, urged the school to work closely with the community to establish a structure for proper management of the project.

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