How to Build a Water Tank (In Pictures)

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And we did it! These people volunteered to help build this tank so that they could learn how to do it themselves. We did not pay anyone to build it- these community members built it with the guidance of a teacher. At the end, we gave out certificates and drank sodas to celebrate our success. And yes, that’s a baby on top of the tank.

The goal is to build one more for the school using community volunteers again. The second time might be harder since the teacher won’t be there, but we have faith that it will happen.

If you’d like to contribute to our next project, which involves doing some desperately needed renovations at the primary school, click here.

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