Ochomogo water project

January 12, 2018 at 6:00 AM


Ochomogo water project

By Dan Breen

A newly dedicated water system in Nicaragua is providing clean water for 58 families at the turn of a knob.

Clean water is essential to the health of the people living near the new Ochomogo water system as it keeps bacteria and harmful minerals out of the bodies of the community members.

The Ochomogo project was overseen by Fundacion San Lucas, the Luke Society’s ministry partner in Jinotepe, Nicaragua. It’s the third water project that the ministry has helped to construct since 2014.

The system is powered by a solar unit and has the capacity to pump 40 gallons of water per minute.

Watch this video to learn more about the water system and the impact it’s having in this region.

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