Initiated by our Florensis Ethiopia General Manager: "Since 2019 Florensis Ethiopia started producing its own drinking water. This water is of a better quality than the water that people buy in stores here, the so-called ‘high land water".
"As we found that crossing the road is far too dangerous for children, we have now made a new tap with three cranes closer to the village. And on the same side of the road. The village is very happy with this. One of our guards keeps an eye on things. The tapping point is closed at night to prevent improper use and for people to tap large quantities to resell. This is an example of a seemingly small project, but with a major impact on the community”.