Renovation of Water Wells in Kvareli
On November 21, the U.S. Embassy, along with members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Office of Defense Cooperation and Georgian government, cut the ribbon on four water wells in Akhalsopeli, Kvareli region.

On November 21, the U.S. Embassy, along with members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Office 

of Defense Cooperation and Georgian government, cut the ribbon on four water wells in Akhalsopeli,

Kvareli region. The renovation of the four wells, at a total cost of $294,000 was completed this pastEUCOM image On November 21, the U.S. Embassy, along with members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Office of Defense Cooperation and Georgian government, cut the ribbon on four water wells in Akhalsopeli, Kvareli region.

summer.The village of Akhalsopeli, with 2,200 households and population of approximately 8,000.

The Kvareli region experiences multiple floods which cause significant damage to the local water supply,

frequently leaving 8,000 people in the area without potable water. Prior to the construction of the wells,

the citizens were dependent on unfiltered river water.

This project allowed for the installation of 26 water access points (concrete basins with copper

faucets located throughout the village) for the population, with the city is currently installing more

piping to allow additional residents to hook up their homes directly to the water supply.

The four wells can supply 800 tons of water per 24 hour period or 150 Liters per person per day.

The Office of Defense Cooperation (ODC) in Georgia manages the spectrum of US Security

Assistance and Cooperation and military contact programs in Georgia to achieve broad US and

Georgian security cooperation objectives. The ODC reports to and is supported by US European

Command. 

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