Situation: For the past decade the local government has provided a drinking water supply line to ensure safe water for residents. Overtime some drinking water facilities have worn out and fail to function, causing difficulty to residents.
Impact: The livelihoods of 535 villagers out of 107 houses are affected, with no access to clean water. Students and teachers are also affected by unsafe drinking water.
Response: A 1068 meter pipeline has been installed in the village. A primary school has been provided with water purification equipment to improve the quality of clean drinking water, benefitting 100 students and teachers. Overall, living conditions have been improved and this change will help with income generation through agriculture.
Lee is a 56 year-old farmer who lives in rural China with his wife and son. Farming is his main source of income, which has been made difficult due to the natural conditions in the mountain area. The harvest is limited and the price of crops are low.
The previous drinking water pipeline was built 20 years ago and is frequently corroded and breaks down often. Therefore, it is difficult for the villagers to always have access to clean drinking water.
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