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The Kawambwa Town Council has commenced the installation of the 30,000 liters capacity solar powered boreholes, worth K489,816 at Kawambwa Provincial Stem school.

Council Public Relations Officer, Joel Kashi, has told RCV News in a statement today that the installation of the boreholes is to eradicate the water challenges the school is faced with.

“The project which is being constructed by Alkatech Engineering Limited and funded under the 2023 Constituency Development Fund, CDF, will see 3 boreholes installed at the learning institution”, said Mr. Kashi.

He said the school which has about 650 learners has been experiencing critical water challenges and the installation of the water reticulation system will help the learners access safe drinking water.

Mr. Kashi said the boreholes will have 4 kiosks constructed that will supply water to the ablution blocks, dormitories and other parts of the learning institution.

He said the end users are urged to protect the boreholes against possible vandalism, as government has spent colossal sums of money to install the water reticulation system.

Margaret Mwanza


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