Construction of Two Wells and the Samaritans Female Hostel in Soroti

Posted in Water & Sanitation Projects |Date:March 10th , 2018|Comments: 0

Canadian Samaritans for Africa financed the construction of two wells in Akeriau Village, Abarilela Sub-county, Amuria District in Uganda which helps provide water for over 400 families.

Canadian Samaritans for African also financed the building of a female hostel and a bore hole for young girls who live in this hostel for free while going to school and receiving additional support especially for those who have been through trauma, abuse etc as a result of the political crisis in the area.


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