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UNILAK Rwamagana Campus successfully completes Groundwater Resource Development Project, ensuring adequate water access

UNILAK Rwamagana Campus successfully completes Groundwater Resource Development Project, ensuring adequate water access

A comprehensive Groundwater Resource Development Project has been successfully
completed at UNILAK Rwamagana Campus, ensuring consistent access to water for
the campus. The initiative, which commenced in the middle of last year, reached its end
in December 2023, marking a crucial step towards sustainable water management.
The project aimed to address the water scarcity challenges faced by Rwamagana
campus, providing a reliable and efficient water supply system for the entire campus.
A team of skilled technicians and experts were engaged to execute the project,
employing advanced technologies and sustainable practices throughout the
development process.
Dr. Javan Semana, the Coordinator of UNILAK Rwamagana Campus, expressed his
delight at the successful completion of the project, stating, "This initiative is a testament
to our commitment to environmental sustainability and the well-being of our university
community. Access to clean and reliable water is fundamental to the functioning of any
educational institution, and we are pleased to have achieved this milestone."
The campus, which previously faced water shortages and relied heavily on external
water sources, can now boast of self-sufficiency in its water supply. The new water
infrastructure will not only meet the daily needs of students, faculty, and staff but also
contribute to the overall sustainability goals of the university.
The successful completion of the Groundwater Resource Development Project aligns
with UNILAK commitment to environmental sustainability and responsible resource
management. The campus community can now look forward to a more resilient and
water-secure future, thanks to the dedication and expertise of the project team.
The successful completion of the Groundwater Resource Development Project stands
as a testament to the institution's commitment to environmental stewardship and the
well-being of its academic community.