The Central African Republic population don’t suffer drought as it benefits from the generosity of water produced by the Congo River. However, the dry season creates problems in the population in the supply and distribution of water resources.
In this situation, the association set itself the goal of supporting the design and financing of water works that are easy to carry out and maintain.
Thus deep wells for drinking water are dug in the many villages of the savannah and in the neighborhoods of the cities of Boaur and Bimbo.
In this way each village has its “own” well from which to draw clean water.
Traditional African well
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