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St. Phillips High School in rural Zimbabwe has finally received a safe and reliable source of water, thanks to a donation from the Upper Manyame Sub-Catchment Council (UMSCC). The borehole was donated as part of the UMSCC’s corporate social responsibility program.

For over 20 years, the school had been using a shallow well that was condemned by the Ministry of Health. The water from the well was unsafe, and the students and staff were at risk of getting sick.

“We are so grateful for this donation,” said the school’s deputy head, Ms. Chakanetsa. “The borehole will provide us with a safe and reliable source of water. This will make a big difference in the health and well-being of our students and staff.”

The councilor for the area, Councilor Kashesha, who was also present at the drilling of the borehole, said that the donation was a blessing to the community.

“The borehole will provide a much-needed service to the school and the surrounding area,” he said. “I am so grateful to Upper Manyame Sub-Catchment Council for their generosity.”

The UMSCC is committed to providing safe water to communities in need, and this donation is a testament to their commitment.

The council has a long history of providing water to disadvantaged communities, and is always looking for ways to improve access to safe water.

The borehole at St. Phillips High School is a welcome addition to the community, and it will make a big difference in the lives of the students, staff, and families who rely on it.

Councillor Kashesha

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