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Safe Drinking Water Scheme Will Provide Relief to the Pat'Took village residences (SWD).

Safe Drinking Water Scheme Will Provide Relief to the Pat'Took village residences (SWD).
“Our kids have to walk for hours to fetch clean water and now we look forward to sparkling water at our doorsteps”, said Abdullah Khan a local resident.
During the Cheques distribution ceremony the villagers received cheques for the construction of two drinking water supply schemes in Pat’took village of South Waziristan district. These schemes will supply clean drinking water to over 150 households in the village. These schemes will be completed with the total cost of PKR 4.39 million, which is funded by the European Union financed through KFW and implemented by SRSP




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