July 18, 2024
Chadian community celebrates new French-built well in Abéché

Chadian community celebrates new French-built well in Abéché

On July 1, 2024, the third deputy mayor of Abéché, alongside local dignitaries, inaugurated a new community well in the Kamina Hayal Matar neighborhood, generously constructed by the French forces stationed in the Sahel.

The well, financed at a cost of 25 million FCFA, aims to significantly enhance the living conditions of the local population by providing access to clean drinking water.

During the inauguration ceremony, Ahmat Terap, president of the Maison des Métiers d’Abéché, expressed gratitude to the French forces and urged them to extend their support to other sectors for the betterment of the community.

The water delegate for Ouaddaï also praised the initiative, highlighting how the new well would alleviate the hardships faced by the residents in accessing potable water.

Representatives from the French forces in the Sahel, who are based in Abéché, reiterated that the construction of the well was a testament to the strong Franco-Chadian friendship.

They assured the community that similar projects would be implemented in other districts of the city to continue fostering goodwill and support.

Mayor Daoud Doungous Tagilo, who officially inaugurated the well, commended the ongoing cooperation between Chad and France.

He urged the local residents to maintain and care for the new facility, which is equipped with solar panels and a mini reservoir with a capacity of three cubic meters.

The presence of French forces in the Ouaddaï region is part of a broader humanitarian and security partnership between Chad and France.

This collaboration is not only aimed at addressing immediate needs like water supply but also at reinforcing long-term stability and development in the region.

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