Rainwater Harvesting

This technology is used in places where conventional water supply systems are not provided, are too expensive, or fail to meet people's needs.

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    ibrahimrashid hasan adankhalif said:

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    this technology better suits the Takaba, mandera west community which have experienced lack of or shortage of water for the last 5 decades, the community solemnly rely on water trucking 120 km's away and this technology could proof vital for a community that has experienced cyclic droughts and lack of water, may be practical action-kenya chapter could help this poor community.
    on 16/4/12
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      Eng Eric said:

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      surelly this will hep that comunity, i visited Takaba 2 years agao and what baffled me was lack of water and 20 litre jerican of muddy water goes for 150 kenya shillings, thanks adankhalif for bringing this to the attention of practical acation
      on 16/4/12

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