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Closed 27/07/2021

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    Weʼve raised £0 to Help raise funds to build a Borehole for Gepadg women vegetable gardeners for a lasting solution to their long water shortages

    Gunjur kombo south west coast region the Gambia West Africa
    Closed on Tuesday, 27th July 2021

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    Gunjur Environment Group Gepadg's women vegetable gardeners has been experiencing serious difficulties with water shortages for so long now.Most of the approximate 3 m deep wells which they draw water from,which they dig frequently has been broken.A borehole will help them with reliable water supply and to safe them from frequent well digging which is difficult and expensive.It will enhance a sustainable livelihood option for more than 156 women.Most of them use their income to buy rice and to pay their children's school fees.

    with water shortages at their vegetable gardens for some time now with broken wells where they use



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        stuart churchill

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        Gunjur kombo south west coast region the Gambia West Africa

        Stuart Churchill from UK first worked with Gepadg ( as a volunteer.Stuart and her wife are now part of Gepadg and one of the supporters with some of their many environment and sustainable development activities.They now become frequent visitors to the Gambia.

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