Residents of Nabukalu Town Council and Nabukalu Sub-county in Bugiri District are all smiles after getting a solar-piped water supply plant.
Ms Peruth Nampewo, a resident, said the project has also offered jobs through selling water. Each jerrycan of water costs Shs200. “The solar-piped water supply has reduced the time and distance mothers take visiting water springs. I am optimistic that challenges of water shortage during dry spells have been solved,” she said.
Ms Rosemary Kinoto, a Village Health Team (VHT) official, said the system supplies water into the maternity ward at Nabukalu Health Centre III.
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