CO2balance is repairing boreholes that have been out of function in Gatsibo district so that residents access clear water
CO2balance, a water distribution project is set to repair all boreholes that have been out of function in Gatsibo district as a way of distributing clean water to the residents.
This was revealed on May 22nd 2014 during one-day meeting aimed at devising means of how residents can have access to clear water nearby.
A number of boreholes have been out of function for sometime leaving residents with no option but to move long distances in search of water.
“Because borehole water is safe for drinking, residents need no firewood to boil drinking water. This will reduce on tree cutting,” said Jean Baptiste Nsabimana Director at FAPDR, a non-profit organization that distributes water.
“Repairing boreholes is of great importance to the district. Gatsibo is one of the districts with low level of water distribution,” said William Rukundo, Executive secretary of Gatsibo district
Co2balance was established in 2003 and is now a leading authority on project development particularly in Sub Saharan Africa, co2balance provides specialist professional services and products related to the carbon market.
CO2balance distributes water to rural communities by rehabilitating boreholes.