Water is one of the basic human necessities but a large portion of Nepalese population is devoid of access to safe and adequate drinking water. Sirantole is one of the remote places of Helambu Rural Municipality, Sindhupalchowk where people spend most of their hours travelling to fetch water. Understanding that an easy accessibility of water is crucial, Nepal Jesuit Social Institute is building a water tank to abate the problem which is currently effecting so many lives.
The work of Reinforced Cement Concrete (RCC) for the water tank of 18000 liters capacity has finished. Intake from source tank is also ready whereas installment of pipeline is going on and soon construction of taps will also start. The water tank is expected to be completed soon and will be ready for handover to the local villagers so they can live a much healthier life.