MELODY MUPETA, Kitwe
WORLD Vision Zambia will spend US$110,000 this year to drill 25 boreholes in Isoka, Muchinga Province.
The organisation has adopted three wards in the district where it is currently implementing various developmental projects.
Isoka District Council chairperson Charles Simukoko said in an interview yesterday that the 25 boreholes will be drilled in Kantenshya, Kalungu and Sansamwenje wards.
He said the drilling of the boreholes will improve access to clean water in the three wards.
“We are very excited about the 24 boreholes which will be drilled here in Isoka by World Vision. They will greatly help to….http://epaper.daily-mail.co.zm/