KiLGA Visited Nonouti to Monitor EU/UNICEF Rain Water Harvesting Tanks

24-26 October – The KiLGA’s Executive Officer visited Nonouti island to carry out a survey on the status of the EU-UNICEF Rain Water Harvesting Tank project and collect data and pictures for the island’s Council Profile. Although the communities are happy to construct the water tank bases and rain catchment roofs, many do not have skilled persons to lead them. Some of the Councillors are new, having recently been elected and are unsure about their roles. Several tanks and materials were already delivered to their locations with work expected to be carried out in the near future. Some of the materials, however, were uncollected from the spots where they were delivered and need to be stored in safe places by the Council

Nonouti Council Clerk, Kataua (sitting far left) posing with some of her staff

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