Inverell supports Living Water Myanmar, bringing clean water to the region

By Rosemary Breen
Updated February 21 2018 - 10:41pm, first published February 20 2018 - 1:44pm

In January this year, Rachel McLennan and I visited 29 schools and 12 villages which have received water tanks in the past year in the Dry Zone of Central Myanmar.  This country, governed by a military which has a reputation for its repression of minorities, especially the Rohingya, does little to improve the lives of those living in the more remote villages.  The villages and schools have to collect drinking water from ponds and rivers which is time-consuming and often unhealthy.

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