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Comoros: Japan provides two tanks of water for more than 56,000 euros in a village of Grande Comore




Photo journal La Gazette des Comores
Photo journal La Gazette des Comores
The Comorian Association for Child and community development in Bangoi Hambou village, located in the Southwest of Grande Comore, has recently been equipped with two water tanks made ​​available through the generosity of the Japanese government.
 
The installation of these tanks project cost 28 million Comorian francs (56,931 euros), as indicated by the newspaper La Gazette des Comores.
 
This new equipment thus radically change the lives of Bangoi Hambou who no longer have to walk for miles in the heat to get water and this, in case of shortage of the precious liquid to the tap.
 
Yamada Shigechika, first Secretary of the Embassy of Japan who moved directly from Tananarive officially inaugurated two tanks alongside the local authorities and officials of the Comorian association for children and community development.



Anli Saendou


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