Rain-Harvesting Project at Shama-Kedzi Completed

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SHAMA-KEDZI CRAN METHODIST BASIC SCHOOL NOW HAVE ACCESS TO POTABLE WATER !
Shama-Kedzi community face a great challenge when it comes to access to potable water. Pipe borne water is not yet accessible in the village and bore holes turn out to be salty due to the proximity of the village to the sea. Seeing this challenge CRAN started the Rain-Harvest project in Shama-Kedzi CRAN Methodist Basic School in 2014 which was completed in 2015 with the project’s main sponsors being Ghanaman Trust. As part of the project rain gutters were built on the roof of the CRAN Methodist School building to collect rain water into pipes connected from the roof of the building underground to a well meant to collect the rain water. Now this water serves not only the school but the entire community!