In September 2014 the villagers of Ban Hoi Mut in northern Laos were at last able to access clean water, thanks to a project funded by MSAVLC.
The Director of the project, Andrew Brown, who is based in nearby Luang Prabang, recently informed the Trustees that a 1.2 kilometre pipe has been laid from a freshwater spring to a holding tank. The tank supplies seven water stations located around the village of Ban Hoi Mut.
The project, which cost about £1,400, has been paid for entirely by MSAVLC donors. We hope that in the coming months clean water systems can be provided for other villages in the remote district of Jumpet, in northern Laos.