- Manchester City in partnership with Xylem organized a water project in Cape Coast which is the Central Regional capital
- The project sought to enlighten young kids about how vital water is to our survival and how it helps to improve hygiene
- Participants of the project commended Man City and Xylem for the initiative
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Residents of Cape Coast have benefited from a water project by the Manchester City football club.
The initiative dubbed Water Heroes Academy aims to teach young kids, the relevance of water and its usage considering the serious water shortage faced by some countries.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Twitter handle of Xylem, which is the manufacturing company that partnered with Manchester City on the project, participants shared their stories on how impactful the project has been.
It also sought to enlighten the kids on the importance of drinking safe water and washing their hands regularly.
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Some kids who participated in the project thanked the organizers for identifying Cape Coast as a place to execute the project.
They were thankful saying that the project touched on some pertinent problems they face on a regular basis and provided them with solutions on how to deal with them.
Airport Hills, Tema, Ashaiman, Sakumono, Lashibi To Experience Water Shortage For Days
This follows a decision by the Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) to replace 40-year-old pumps at the Tema Booster Station.
The station is where water from the Kpong Treatment station is stored and further treated before onward distribution to communities in the eastern part of the capital city, Accra.
The repair works, expected to last from Wednesday, December 7 to Friday, December 9, 2022, will lead to residents experiencing a 48-hour disruption in the water supply.
A statement signed by the Head of Public Relations and Communications at the GWCL, Stanley Martey, said engineers would install new equipment, including heavy-duty pumps, to improve the volumes of water distributed in that enclave and boost pressures.
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