Written by Staff Writer
03 Jan, 2017 | 10:57 pm
December 26, 2004 – On that fateful day, the mighty waves of the Indian Ocean tore through the Panama area.
Since the Tsunami, these people were deprived of the luxury of clean drinking water for years, too many.
“… These tanks were only maintained for two or three years.
The government did not have any programme to maintain them. They did not have any plans for that.
So, the people of Panama have to walk around three kilometres simply to obtain water …”
Though the tanks collect rain-water, during a dry spell it is evaporated , forcing the people of the village to look up in despair.
However, today, January 3, these people were given new hope for a better life, through our movement…
The project is funded by Dr. Sujatha Perera and the Perera Foundation.
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