Emily’s 100 Metre Daily Walk To Fetch Water Comes To An End

Ms Naivalurua, a mother of five children, said the project brought much relief to the villagers, especially women who could now access clean and safe drinking water inside their households.
03 Feb 2023 16:10
Emily’s 100 Metre Daily Walk To Fetch Water Comes To An End
Nawairabe villager, Emily Naivalurua.

Emily Naivalurua’s days of walking about 100 metres to a river to wash her family’s clothes and fetch water to consume is now a worry of the past.

This follows the completion of the Ecological Purification System (EPS) project commissioned at Nawairabe Village in Nasikawa District in Navosa last week.

It was commissioned by the Assistant Minister for Rural and Maritime Development and Disaster Management, Jovesa Vocea.


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