The people of Serabu, on the Bo-Kenema highway, have benefited from a water project implemented by Caritas and sponsored by UNHCR.
Formerly handing over the water well to the community the project officer and sanitation officer, Abubakar Fofanah, told his audience that the well was meant for the people of Serabu.
Mr Fofanah advised his audience to take proper care of the facility provided them, saying that other communities were in dire need of water well and disclosed that Caritas had spent millions of Leones to let the people of Serabu get safe drinking water.
Speaking on behalf of the Serabu town chief, Haruna Feika expressed gratitude to Caritas for their humanitarian gesture, saying that the more they use the water well the more God would bless the donors.
He said with Caritas, their problems of safe drinking water were now over and that the people of Small Bo chiefdom would never forget them.
In his contribution the section chief of Kamboma section in the Small Bo chiefdom, chief Foday Gobah, thanked Caritas Kenema and UNHCR for their timely intervention in providing them with safe drinking water.
Chief Gobah assured UNHCR and Caritas that the people of Small Bo chiefdom were God-fearing people and that they would take proper care of the facility making sure that it would be used for its intended purpose.