Many of us come back from visiting places like Nepal with a profound realization of how much we actually tak for granted in our lives.
Things like traffic rules, or reliable electricity, or even just running water. Deep in Nepal’s remote valleys, many villagers are forced to choose between living near their terraced farmland or sources of clean water. Earthquakes and landslides often change the water table and aprings dry up or disappear altogether. For so many families in Nepal, just fetching a few gallons of water can takr hours – and there is still no guarantee that this is safe to drink.
That’s why we at the @dzifoundation has partnered with local community members to construct 44 new gravity-fed clean drinking water systems – bringing fresh water closer to home for over 10,000 people.
Day 4, @dzifoundation takeover continues. Thank you all for following along.
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