Project Waterdrop: The reality in Cape Town schools

Project Waterdrop: The reality in Cape Town schools

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Jacaranda FM’s Project Waterdrop will be focused on installing boreholes with solar pumps at the schools that are most heavily affected in the Western Cape, each at an estimated minimum cost of approximately R50 000.


On 31 March 2018, during the Super Rugby clash between the Vodacom Blue Bulls and the DHL Stormers, Jacaranda FM will fill Loftus to capacity in a bid to raise much-needed funds for the Cape Town water crisis with Project Waterdrop.

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Jacaranda FM visited two schools in the Western Cape to reiterate just how dire the situation is and how necessary it is for us to lend a hand.

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Diane Broodryk visited the Vera School for children with Autism in Rondebosch and Ocean View LSEN.

A borehole would support all of these efforts very well and will go a long way to help them provide sustainable, quality education to their vulnerable students.

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