HAT Team assists orphanage recovering water from borehole

9 April, 2016

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HAT Team assists orphanage recovering water from borehole

9 Apr,2016WoF service

The Gosso Orphanage Home in Lusikisiki is very proud of the work done by the High Altitude Team (HAT) in Lusikisiki at their facility after they managed to get the borehole water supply up and running again.

Philip Vorster, the Regional Manager of HAT Lusikisiki said that the orphanage home requested the team to do frilling and gelling of 27 huge Eucalyptus Grandis trees on their property early this year.

“This was because the borehole of the orphanage had dried up and we thought it might be because of those gum trees,” explained Philip.

Philip said that when he went back to the orphanage the pastor thanked him and the team for the job they did. “We have already pumped three 5000 litre tanks full from the borehole water and have prepared the soil for their vegetables and maize project to be resumed,”

Philip told Wofire News. He added that the team was pleased to know that they bring about change in the lives of community members.

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