Rain Water Harvest System Built at Pentecostal Church RubagoReported by Rebero Jean d'Amour, Story written by Amanda Mulder
In August, Water Project volunteers built a Rain Water Harvest System on the Pentecostal Church Rubago. The system is expected to over 500 nearby residents.
Pastor Gilbert, the church leader, told us, "We are blessed to receive this water tank because it is a requirement to have it on church building for the environmental protection. Although this building is not yet completed, we do have activities that need water. On the other hand the church is surrounded by people who have limited access to water taps and they use water from Sake or Mugesera lake at home. Therefore, this tank will store rain water which will be used by the church and neighboring communties."