Safeguarding Water and Food Reserves

The weather pattern in the country has been abnormal. There have been lots of rains experienced in January and February, months that are normally dry. This has seen some places flooding with people losing their houses, properties and for others their lives. Others have lost their sources of livelihoods including farming lands and cattle. However, there have been some blessings in disguise.

Since the COVID-19 has still been an ongoing issue, it has been important to preserve water and food in preparation for a future that is not yet certain. This has been an obligation for all households, the NGOs, the environmentalists and the government at large. Amidst some tragedies caused by the rains, there also have been some open advantages to take notice of.

Therefore, you are advised to save as much water as possible to maintain a constant supply of free flowing water during this time of the COVID-19. In this respect also, the conservation of food has been boosted as most farms do well in the conductive environment created by the rains and sun alike.

“For everything happens to prosper the prepared even amidst disaster”.

Alfred Yambo

Being vigilant of conserving water and food will make sure that the uncertainty of COVID-19 is countered as we all hope that the ongoing vaccinations will bear a positive fruit. We must always do our best to help ourselves where we can so that we do not lose opportunities when they present themselves.

Published by Lavine Les Mots

"Do unto me as you would have me do unto you". "Fais-moi ce que tu veux que je te fasse"

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