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Well done (pun intended) so far at Oltorotua


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I hope I got your attention but must admit the well is not built! A big step forward tho’. The elders at Jackson’s village, Oltorotua, have organized into a group that will own the borehole sites identified by Dan Odero. The name of the group will be OLTOROTUA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT. All the elders will be members, with a chairperson and treasurer, and Jackson was appointed secretary. The group will own and manage the entire operation. Jackson will register the village organization next week.

I’m especially pleased because the elders are invested in both building and maintaining the well and the latrines. We want this well to be a good, clean, close source of water for the village into the far future.

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5 comments to Well done (pun intended) so far at Oltorotua

  • Thx for comment, Judy. I know you too are invested in seeing this well built!

  • Mildred Ingram

    I hope this well is built.
    I’m Judy Thompson’s Mother amd will send her money for this .

  • I am so glad to “meet” you, Mildred. I have heard so many nice things about you and the help and support you have given to help other causes. I know I speak for Jackson and the Oltorotua villagers as well as myself in giving many thanks for your help. We aren’t yet ready to ask for donations till we get a grant (so contributions are tax-deductible), but hope that happens in the next few months.

  • Linda Hallinan

    Ideal with the elders invested and Jackson one of the key players!