Water project collaboration in Nepal

Posted by Spalding Hurst

March 2, 2021

Drinking-Water Project in Surkhet

Laying the foundation for the overhead tank took place in Bhelghari on Feb. 27, 2021, with a formal ceremony of offering lighted lamps, flowers, and red powder (Tika) on each of the six pillars by the dignitaries present.

Ratna Bahadur Budha, chairperson of ward No. 10, Kulmani Devkota chairperson of SVWUO, engineers, members of the construction committee, members of the monitoring committee, Navjyoti Staff, Journalists, member of Madarsa Child Club and people from nearby villages were present on the occasion.

After the formal ceremony, there was a short gathering of the guests and the construction committee. The ward chairperson congratulated everybody for the beginning of phase two of the water project, where the work on the overhead tank has begun. He promised his support for the completion of the project where every house will have sufficient water through the Bharsanabadh water project.

The chairperson of SVWUO of Surkhet was happy to see the progress of the work and he mentioned that it is the second overhead tank in Surkhet and it will take care of the water shortage in and around the area. He promised his support and offered to send his team to monitor the work. He also emphasized his responsibility for the distribution line which will start side by side and would be completed when the tank reaches its completion.

1 Comment

  1. Rosemarie Kirwan

    Congratulations to all involved in the accomplishment of this project. May it serve as an inspiration for other communities.

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