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    Weʼve raised £20 to drill a bore hole for fresh water

    Location
    Mtwara, Mtwara Region, Tanzania
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    Funded on Wednesday, 14th December 2016

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    The small village of Kilidu is located about seventy miles west of Mtwara in southern Tanzania. You can drive the first sixty-five miles but then, for most of the year, the road is so bad, you have to walk. When you arrive at the first collection of straw and mud houses children run to greet you. When you look more closely you see these children are malnourished and adults are listless. There is no fresh water supply in this village. Every drop of water is carried on women's heads in plastic buckets. they walk five miles to the nearest spring and then five hard mile back.
    We have estimated and surveyed and we now know that we can drill down and deliver a sustainable water supply right into the hear of this village.
    We need £20,0000 to do this.

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      • Ella Newton

        Ella Newton

        Nov 15, 2016

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      Adrian Strain

      Adrian Strain

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      Mtwara, Mtwara Region, Tanzania

      Adrian and Caroline Strain first went to Tanzania in 2009 to teach English. They established a small charity to help the most vulnerable people. Over the last four years they have built a kindergarten, employed a teacher and delivered many kilos of food.

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