A 3,200-foot-long pipeline carrying pure drinking water has been put in place by the Bidyanondo Foundation for the residents of the rural Hagarakijing community in the Sajek Union of Rangamati. The neighborhood of Hagarakijing is home to 200 people.
In the past, residents of the neighborhood had to travel to far-off springs to obtain water. The distance between Para and Jhiri is almost 3,200 feet lower. The neighborhood’s ladies must endure inhumane suffering in order to collect water from such a low and distant location. They slipped frequently, suffering severe injuries. There are still numerous water-borne illnesses in the area. Numerous people, including locals, have individually urged the Bidyanondo Foundation to find a solution to the water issue.
According to Jamal Uddin, a member of the executive council for the Bidyanondo Foundation, local leaders desire our assistance in resolving the water issue there. Therefore, we do a pilot project. Pipes now provide easy access to water that is located 3,200 feet below the ridge.