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Free English translation on 25 October 2021.
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Subject: Huge water resources in Kenya
Date: Tue, 17 Dec 2013 16:06:05 +0100
From: Ursula Sabisch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Africa: Huge water source discovered in Kenya
In the desert region of Turkana in northern Kenya, experts have discovered a groundwater deposit that is said to contain at least 250 billion cubic metres of water. This is the result of drilling.
Ursula Sabisch, Brandenbaumer Landstr. 177, 23566 Luebeck, Germany
Ladies and Gentlemen,
What is the actual situation regarding the huge groundwater deposit in Kenya?
Was it just about the headlines and news for the European population or will this really change something for the better in Kenya?
And what can you do on the ground so that this valuable "find" can be turned into an independent task for the local population and thus into an opportunity with future prospects?
How can the huge drinking water resources be used to create independent livestock breeding, own farms and finally an infrastructure?
Which large European companies can build these water treatment plants and the water pumps and how could you get these companies to offer a fair price for these projects in Africa?
What sources of money are there in the world that could accompany these projects?
Does it always have to be the donations of the little people who care and feel responsible for the poor and poorest in the world or are there not enough "winners" of this world economic system that you would have to address personally?
How can one positively influence the culture of the country of Kenya without bloodshed? Which powerful "Africans" would one have to win over for these projects and how does one implement this project?
One should bear in mind that the world will not be able to afford a bottomless pit, i. e. Africa, for very much longer, because if the recent natural disasters in our own countries increase, then it will certainly be necessary to save money first in those places where one cannot see any initiative on one's own part, and these will be countries like Kenya!
I will try to successfully deliver this letter to one of many correct and responsible places and afterwards I will publish this letter as Christmas letter 2013 in one of my homepages.
Ursula Sabisch, Luebeck
It is also very important for the other countries in Africa to have water resources searched for, as there can be groundwater even in a desert, as has happened in the Turkana desert region in northern Kenya.