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K22M SET ASIDE FOR MUCHINGA WATER SUPPLY PROJECT

AN estimated K22 million has been set aside for the improvement of a water supply project.

The water project is being implemented under the World Vision Zambia -Luswepo Cluster Area Programme.

Luswepo Cluster Manager (CAP), Rita Mapala said government in partnership with World Vision Zambia is working towards achieving universal water coverage by 2030.

So far the organization has sunk 38 boreholes in Kalungu at a cost of K1.3 million this year.

An additional of K900 000 has been allocated to construct Mechanized water system which will provide piped water.

“We are committed to improve the livelihoods of the people in outlying areas through improved water supply,” said Ms Mapala.

World Vision and United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) have impacted positively  in addressing  water challenges  in the district.

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