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Residents At Tsavanya In The Volta Region Draw Water From Hazardous Sources For Domestic Use


Residents of Tsavanya, an agricultural community in the Southern Tonga region of the Volta Region, obtain water from hazardous sources for domestic use.


Farming communities suppose to have many mechanized boreholes but unfortunately many of these communities in Ghana are suffering from basic needs


The current situation in Tsavanya is one issue many NGOs can handle as a way to help the government improve the well-being of these locals in the country.

Government, on the other hand, must do the necessary job to see all these farming communities have a safe way to obtain drinking water to prevent waterborne diseases

The untreated or contaminated water these villagers are using will cause serious health problem 

However, this documentary done by Ghone TV, exposing some difficulties locals are going through every day to survive.

The link for this documentary is below

https://www.instagram.com/tv/Ca6zOArFBaB/?utm_medium=copy_link

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