Entire community depends on school for water

  By Rudolf R. Gaiseb

THE community members of Usib, a small town near Rehoboth, 80 km south of Windhoek in central Namibia, say they depend on the local school to access water.

The United States (US) ambassador to the United Nations (UN), Linda Thomas-Greenfield, met with a crowd frustrated over the lack of water in the community during the ambassador’s visit to Usib Primary School to track the progress of the Home-Grown School Feeding Programme and deliberate innovative approaches to address food security at the school as well as other vulnerable communities.

“Farmers face a lack of water, which hampers crop production, livestock farming, and completing other daily activities such as washing or drinking—people have been living here for years and do not even have taps,” Jannie Van Wyk, a resident, says.

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Usib Primary School, attended by aspiring learners who will not let the challenges of food security and lack of water prevent them from going to school, is the only school in the settlement.

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