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Walarano access to water made easier

The Vanuatu government has launched a water supply system in Walarano this week, a project funded by New Zealand aid with support from UNICEF.

The Minister responsible for water supply, Alfred Maoh, and Minister of Foreign Affairs and is also acting Prime Minister, Ralph Regenvanu, launched the service which is estimated to make access to water easier for 2,800 children and their families, according to UNICEF.

A local kastom dance group from Walarano during the launching of the new water supply system. Photo: Rebecca Olul, UNICEF.

Rebecca Olul from the UNICEF tweets “2,800 children and their families will directly benefit from water supply system in Walarano launched today by Vanuatu Minister of Lands & Natural Resources and Minister of Foreign Affairs & Acting Prime Minister and funds from NZ Government with support from UNICEF Pacific.”