Water supply reaches all 136 households in Bajagad village

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By Netra Shahi,Jumla, June 30: Drinking water has been supplied to all households of Bajangad village in Hima Rural Municipality-5, Jumla district. 

The local government has said that the drinking water facility has reached all 136 households in the village.

Hima Rural Municipality implemented the ‘one house, one tap’ drinking water project in the rural municipality with the financial support received from the European Union, the Government of Finland. 

Hima Rural Municipality chairman and vice chairman of the National Federation of Rural Municipality Laxman Bahadur Shahi, deputy chair Suparna Shahi and Sustainable Drinking Water Sanitation and Sanitation for All (Suswa) project expert Narayan Singh Khawas inaugurated the water supply from the Wada Khola Drinking Water and Sanitation Project office.

According to Hima Rural Municipality Suswa WASH Coordinator Sumitra Shahi, the village has a population of 939 people. 

According to her, the contract was signed on February 16, 2023, and the work was completed within the set deadline. 

According to Shahi, drinking water has been provided to 136 houses in the village with an investment of Rs. 7.67 million. The Rural Municipality also invested Rs. 767,000 to complete the project.  

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