A New Drinking Water System for Families in Jocote de Cayanini in Honduras
9 January 2024
Located in the extreme south of Honduras, the village of Jocote de Cayanini is renowned for its cultivation of cereals, including corn, millet, and beans, which provides a base income for its residents.
However, the community faces a major challenge: its over 34-year-old drinking water supply system is severely damaged. The existing storage tank is leaking 45% of the water that is collected from the two natural sources in the region.
This success underscores the importance of collaboration between local communities and international organizations to improve the lives of vulnerable populations in Central America. The Jocote de Cayanini community has found renewed vitality through access to drinking water, serving as an inspiring example of transformation and resilience.
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