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Insufficient 4 pipes for 40 communities in Choix: Japamch

Choix, Sinaloa. – Faced with a growing number of families who are left without a drop of water in their…

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Choix, Sinaloa. – Faced with a growing number of families who are left without a drop of water in their wells, the Choix Municipal Drinking Water and Sewerage Board (CBSE)Japamchrated as Insufficient four pipes that run daily through communities in drought To endow them with the liquid of life.

Martin Acosta, manager of ZapMach, indicated that at the moment, three of the Sinaloa State Drinking Water and Sewage Commission’s pipes (Cheap) and the Board’s own, 8,000 liters are distributed per day, although it believes that they are not sufficient because There are about 40 areas where lack of rain has wreaked havoc.,

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El Babu, Santa Ana, El Sauz de Baca, Tasajera, San Jose de los Pericos, Los Moutos, La Huasarca, La Cienguita, El Chicural, Aguacaliente Grande, Guadalupe and Tecobampo de los Cota are some of the communities most affected by the event. are affected. increasingly recurring, where households demand drinking water and other basic necessities as water levels have dried up.

Japamch’s manager indicated that extraordinary efforts are being made to cover the largest number of households, for which they may be looking for resources or a request for pipe support from the National Water Commission (Conagua). are looking into the project, and while Sepas and Japamuch will bear the expenses of these four trucks, if requested by the Conagua units, the city council will pay for their maintenance as well as fuel and accommodation and food for the drivers. Will have to do

“And it’s that there are no resources, but the reality is that this drought problem is getting worse and there’s still May and June before the rains.”

Bachelor’s degree in Communication Science from the Universidad de Occidente, generation 1991-1995. Local news reporter for EL DEBATE in Los Mochis from 1996 to the present day. During these 22 years of uninterrupted service, he has held various responsibilities that the company has bestowed upon him, including: reporter in the cultural and general sector, proofreader, state editor of supplements and, currently, the popular newspapers La I&E. Editor of LA. Sirena of the Los Mochis debate. Similarly, from this publishing house he has taken courses in Writing, Journalism, Spelling and Journalistic Style. In 1997, the Association of Journalists of North Sinaloa named it Aaron Flores Heredia Promesa Periodistica. In 2006, the symposium of Mexican Culture Correponsalia Los Mochis-Guasave together with the Association of Journalists of Northern Sinaloa Aaron Flores Heredia and the Association of Journalists of Los Mochis awarded him the recognition of cultural journalism merits 2005–2006 Carlos Salazar Chávez.

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