Rwanda earlier this year. The total cost of the project is 13.3 million Rwandan Francs or about $18,000 Canadian. The project is the result of many generous donors. Our partners in Rwanda, the Benebikira Sisters say the installation of the water collection tanks has had a much greater impact than originally expected because of the Corona virus.
Carolyn Rideout and Maria van Vonderen, A Partnership in Caring volunteers spent time viewing some of the 12 cisterns supplied through a partnership with The Wishing Wells Society of St. Andrews, Nova Scotia.
This water collection system provides much needed water for gardening, livestock, cleaning, household use etc. to a number of different communities in Rwanda.
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In collaboration with the Wishing Wells Society in St. Andrews, A Partnership in Caring Society was able to facilitate with the the purchase of 12 water collection cisterns including delivery and installation. The two organizations have worked together on several cistern projects in Rwanda in recent years. The cisterns are becoming more crucial, with the increasingly severe drought conditions in Rwanda.