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Church Donates Three Water Tanks to Remote Fijian Village

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints donated three 10,000 litre water tanks to the Fijian village of Nakawakawa, Bua, Vanua Levu.

The donation is a part of a worldwide effort by the Church to identify communities that need better clean water facilities and then working with local governments and citizens to find solutions.


Local Latter-day Saint leader, Pita Vakalala, brought Church and community leaders together to complete the project.

Watch a video about Latter-day Saints' focus on bringing clean water to communities around the world.


 Newsroom contributor: Sulueti Kama.

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