Stung Treng: More Than 400 Soldiers and Poor Families in Stung Treng and Siem Pang District of Stung Treng Received 20 More Wells From the working group of the "Parents' Well Water Fund, Samdech Techo and Samdech Ketti" as they are facing a shortage of clean water.
Sesan district governor Sovann Pheapeth told the Post yesterday that residents in Kbal Romeas commune are facing a shortage of clean water for their livelihoods. Daily due to irrigation system and some ponds in Trang Kreng Commune gradually during dry season.
Faced with this problem, the team of the "Samdech Teuk Thmey Parents Fund, Samdech Techo and Samdech Kittipritta", led by Ms. Pich Chantmony Hun Manet Come down and help build water wells for people across 10 communes of Kbal Romeas for access to clean water.
On Feb 29, Ms. Pheak Chantha Mony Hunat and the team of the "Samdech Techo Parents and Wellbeing Fund" Dean »has inaugurated five wells in Kbal Romeas village, Kbal Romeas commune. Deploying these wells at the upper location of the Lower Sesan 2 Dam to meet the needs of more people 100 families equals 100 houses.
“These water wells are part of a contribution to solve the water shortage issue for local people Isolated and vulnerable to drought. "
Meanwhile, a resident of Kbal Meas Thmey village, 47-year-old Yao Song, told the Post that the new well was provided. Many benefits to their villagers in farming and other business activities.
She said: “Before receiving this well, most of our villagers went to fetch water and transport it. And plant a pan. The remaining stream in the dry season is a few kilometers away from the village and the water is not as clear as the well. Not now. ”
Phat Yut, district governor of Siem Pang, told the Post that residents in Prek Meas, Sraeop Sambour and Peam commune are facing water shortages. Used in everyday life. Because the topography of these three communes is upland, there is no drainage system or reservoir like the central plains.
He said authorities plan to build up to 30 wells to address the shortage of drinking water for people in the commune. 3 Above all by the end of 2020. The governor is now raising funds from private sector charities and NGOs in partnership to build more water wells. More.
Phat Yuth said: “At this time, the Samdech Techo and The Samdech Techo Drinking Water Fund team provided 10 wells in Six wells have been completed and are in use, and others are in the process of building and raising funds. ”
It should be highlighted that from 2013 to 2020, the "Parents' Well Water Fund, Samdech Techo and Samdech Kittiit" have addressed Clean water issues for thousands of families across the country by making more than 800 wells clean. About 600 wells have been built and put into operation.