Fu'amotu village has new water supply

The Japanese new funded water supply system for the Fuaʻamotu community was launched on June 3.

The TP$206,958 new water system replaced the village’s old water supply which regularly failed to consistently provide water for the villagers.

Japanese Ambassador, HE Mr Yukio Numata said Japan understands the problem human faced with water supply and wanted to assist the village of Fu’amotu by restoring their water supply system.

Fu’amotu Town Officer Vili Lui acknowledged the Japanese Government, thanking them for funding the water system because without their help, it wouldn’t be possible.

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