Each person on earth requires at least 8 Liters of clean and safe water in a day for drinking. Polluted water isn’t just dirty- it’s deadly. According to a survey done by the FFPL team, the water quality in Wadu Zilha Parishad school was not as per the drinking water standards. The source of that drinking water was from a well, the sample of the same was taken to a lab for testing and as per the lab report, it had higher Sulphate content which is not safe for consumption. A higher concentration of Sulphate in water leads to dehydration in infants and children. FFPL contributed three water tanks of 10,000 Liters capacity along with an R.O. Water Purifier. The school Authority proposed to take care of its regular maintenance.
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