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Atlas Copco’s Mark heads back to Belgium after Projects review

Member of Atlas Copco Belgium Mark and his wife has left the country after reviewing water projects they fund through Life Help Outreach.

The couple have been to Ugand for two weeks monitoring and evaluating the three projects in Bukomasimbi. The are at Serinya Primary School, Kawoko and St Luise Junior School which will set off in January.

On 18th December, the team left for Bukomasimbi to visit the sites and was welcomed by Bukomasimbi mayor Christopher ssekikubo who recently witnessed 9 year old girl knocked by the car while trying to collect water from the well.

A jerrycan of water costs UGX 500 which is much compared to the daily earning of each person in Bukomasimbi.

Several rape cases of girls and women have been reported and child sacrifices while correcting water from wells far away from their homes.

Life Help Outreach president Rita Lubega has thanked Mark and his wife for their commitment to review the projects.

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