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The Last Well Trains 75 Households on Water Filter Buckets

The Christian charity, The Last Well has conducted a three-day training on the usage and maintenance of the water filter bucket as part of efforts to ensure that the implementation of the Clean Water Access Project in Rural Montserrado County is sustained.

The training, which was held in Bentol, Montserrado County, brought together 75 heads of households from several catchment communities.

The Last Well held the training in collaboration with Montserrado County Senator Saah Joseph, and the local authorities.

The training provided the platform for the project beneficiaries to have a clear understanding and ability in managing and using the filter.

Full article by David A. Yates on Liberian Observer's website.


May 9, 2022

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