16 January 2013

Angola: Over 1,000 Families Benefit From Drinking Water in Chicala-Cholohanga

Chicala-Cholohanga — Over 1,000 families of Chicala-cholohanga village, in central Huambo province, will benefit from drinking water, under the Water for All Programme, Angop has learnt.

This will only be possible due to the assembling of the catchment and treatment station, as well as the opening of bore, close to Kutato river.

The local administrator, Luisa Ngueve, said that the mentioned system is already concluded, being that home connection is being made to supply the liquid to the populations.

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