February 10, 2017

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KBZ foundation brings water to dry villages

Kyaw Thu seen at the tubewell. Photo: KBZ
Kyaw Thu seen at the tubewell. Photo: KBZ

A TUBE WELL with the capacity to produce 1,500 gallons of water per hour was drilled in Set Set Yo Village, Nyaung U Township, last Wednesday, offering a new water source to people in the arid region.
The drilling of the tube well was carried out by the KBZ Brighter Future Myanmar Foundation and the Kyaw Thu Parahita Network.
The KBZ Brighter Future Myanmar Foundation is also digging the Magyi Shweku Lake at a cost of more than K250 million (US$205,592).
The foundation is digging tube wells in seven villages in Thongwa Township, Yangon Region, two villages in Kawa Township, Bago Region, and one village in Myaing Township, Mandalay Region.
So far, the KBZ Brighter Future Myanmar Foundation has spent more than US$4.5 million on 66 tube wells nationwide, including donations of storage tanks.

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