The next trip is planned for Oct. 2012 and will consist of implementing a first phase of infrastructure improvements a two water sources within the village. This phase will include source improvements and protection as well as the construction of water storage facilities. Future trips to the village would include the installation of pumps, piping, and additional storage.
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