"My name is Moi Azaria and I was born in Mondi village. I’m now 39 years old and married to Rejoice Kojo with 5 children. We stayed within Mondi during the Anyanya war and Sudan People Liberation Army (SPLA) struggle. However, when the war intensified, we moved to the Internally Displaced Camp (IDP) in Liwolo Payam, Kajo-Keji County, until the Comprehensive Peace Agreement was signed in 2005."
"Mondi is a fertile land surrounded by seasonal streams and rivers. People in the village drink water out of streams and hand dug shallow wells. The water sometimes turns milky with a different taste. Almost all of the village households suffer from water borne diseases such as diarrhea, typhoid, worms, scabies, vomiting among others. The situation always gets worse during the dry season when all the streams go dry."
"I'm so thankful for the drilling of this well for the community. This borehole is going to serve many people from the village and those passing by, as it is drilled along the road from Juba across Gaderu center to Liwolo Payam," says a very happy Moi.
"Much thanks goes to the donor who donated the borehole to save the community from water borne diseases."