Rock Hall Community Gets Thirty-year-old Tank Repaired

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With climate change raising temperatures and sparking droughts across the Caribbean (and of course globally), access to water and the conservation of water are becoming increasingly critical factors for communities across the island. Many water storage and distribution systems, especially in rural areas, are old and outdated. Several entities are currently working on water concerns locally, and the Jamaica Rural Economy and Ecosystems Adapting to Climate Change II (Ja REEACH II) funded by USAID is one of them. Here is some information received today regarding their most recent project, in partnership with the local Municipal Council.