The construction of a sand dam in Ndaluni in Voo Ward is a transformative project that will significantly change the area. The MCA hon Zak syengo has said.
Sand dams are structures built in dry riverbeds or seasonal river channels to collect and store rainwater. This innovative method of water conservation will not only provide a sustainable source of water but also mitigate the impact of recurring droughts and water scarcity in the region.
By constructing a sand dam in Voo Ward, the community will have access to clean water for drinking, irrigation, and livestock, thereby enhancing their livelihoods and improving food security. Additionally, the project will create job opportunities for the local residents during the construction phase, boosting the local economy and promoting self-sufficiency.
Furthermore, the sand dam will have a positive environmental impact on the area. It will enhance soil quality and rejuvenate vegetation in the region. The stored water will allow for the cultivation of more crops, reducing food insecurity and dependence on external aid.
Hon. Zak Syengo presided over the site hand over for Kwa Ngula Sand Dam at Ndulani area in Nzunguni County Village.
Present were Daniel Munyoto (Sub County Admin), Mr. Muluka (Ward admin), Stephen Kola (Irrigation Officer Sub County), Mr. Eric Moki(Village Admin), Philip Kilonzo(Ward Dev. Com. Chair), site Contractor among other leaders. Dr. Malombe and Zak Syengo are doing our people great.
He later joined The school management of Katundu Primary School, Parents and pupils during a very motivating School Prize Giving Day which he supported whole heartedly…
Moreover, the sand dam will contribute to the conservation of biodiversity by creating habitats for various flora and fauna species, ultimately contributing to a more sustainable ecosystem. The TCD Digital reports.
Overall, the construction of a sand dam in Voo Ward will not only change the lives of the residents but also bring about long-lasting environmental benefits, fostering sustainable development in the area.