-Turns Over Water Wells to Residents
Village Improvement Project (VIP) has turned over keys of water wells to local residents in Kissi Camp in the Suehn-Mecca District in Bomi County, as part of effort to improve water, sanitation and hygiene program.
A team of VIP staff headed by its Director Miata Johnson handed the keys of two water wells to the Superintendent Samuel Brown for onward delivery to the local inhabitants.
In a statement during the turning over ceremony, Jasper Jensen, a representative of VIP partners who dug the water wells said he was delighted to give to the people of Kissi Camp safe drinking water because “one who gives water saves life.”
“When I go back home, I will tell my people of your needs and we will continue to identify with you,” he said. Bomi County Superintendent Samuel Brown lauded VIP and its partners for the project with a call to not forget other areas in the county with similar needs.
Every dry season, Kissi Camp suffers acute water shortage especially safe drinking water because all the creeks that the locals depend on normally run dry.