Mudignonda March 14th, 2010: after several months of researches and investigations a new water source has been found in the village of Mudigonda in the district of Khammam. After crating the village water commitee, intense diplomatic activity and negotiations with the local government trough the surpanch (head of the village) and Arbor staff has reached an agreement to start a common project for building an open well for sourcing the whole village of pure water.
Digging work and pipeline excavation started on March 14th. The project will be completed by the month of July 2010.
This project will be able to provide water for civil purpose and irrigation purposes for at least 2.200 people.
More details: www.arborindia.blogspot.com/p/water-programs.html