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  • Water harvesting completed Posted on 01 June 2017

    In just a week the local builders in Waterloo have installed all the rainwater goods and the 10,000 litre tank at the Liverpool International Community School.

    The water can be used for cleaning, washing and cooking and will "make a real difference" to the school community.

    Solomon, the Headteacher sent this message - "We thank you for your latest contribution to our school community and the children will ever remain to bless you for your continued generosity which is greatly appreciated by the school and local community"

    The next phase at the school is to put water harvesting on the 2 toilet blocks and install handwash stations at each of the blocks. Solomon commented "the rainy season, especially, is associated with water borne diseases such as cholera and diarrhoea and the introduction of the handwash stations will reduce the risk associated with these diseases and improve general hygiene for the pupils" 

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