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Total supports durable access to safe drinking water in Southern Ethiopia

Total as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility Program, supported durable access to safe drinking water and sanitation project for the vulnerable population of Kacha Kalayo kebele, Boreda woreda – Gamo Gofa Zone –Southern Ethiopia
The objective of the project is to contribute towards the Millennium Development Goals and improve the sanitary conditions by facilitating and supporting access to potable water and basic sanitation facilities for rural communities.
This project has been initiated and financially supported by Total Ethiopia and implemented by Inter Aid France. Total Foundation supported Inter Aide France for the water project in the Scheme of “You act, we help!” Employee projects. With these support, 1722 remote families and 350 indirect beneficiaries have a permanent access to safe drinking water through the construction of 6 water points, as well as 2700 cattle heads.
During the past four years, Total Ethiopia and Total Foundation also supported over a million Birr to durable access to safe drinking water and sanitation for the vulnerable population of Mida Zalo kebele, Loma Wereda – Dawro zone and constructed six water points. With this support more than 4000 people are getting potable water service.

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