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Balaka improves on sanitation management

Written by  Mary Makhiringa
The donated tractor captured during one of its busy day - Pic by Mary Makhiringa The donated tractor captured during one of its busy day - Pic by Mary Makhiringa

Balaka, April 27, 2018: Sanitation is one of the most important aspects as far a market place is concerned.

This is why the KfW which is a Development Bank of Germany donated a tractor to Balaka District Council to help it timely remove garbage within the town.

In just two months of the existence of the tractor at the council, there are great changes; there are no garbage piles.

In the picture, the tractor captured during one of its busy day together with its two operators hired by the council.

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