Last month NEXUS Madagascar conducted a feasibility study in the field to find suitable solutions for new NEXUS Centers and to identify the needs of the local population. One of interviewers was Eddy, who questioned families in Salary Nord to understand their needs when it came to drinking water. The most common problem here is that the water contains salt. Some of the problems we ran into where logistical, as the roads in Southwest Madagascar are not always easily accessible. All in all we were able to conduct a good study and look forward to working out the results so that we can start to roll out more NEXUS Centers in Madagascar.
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