Coalition And Iraqi Troops Rebuild Drainage Systems
The overall region of Habbaniyah has experienced a high level of violence, but it has been reduced up to 80 percent from the fierce combat levels that once existed. The citizens of the region have begun to work on essential services and economic development.
The Mudiq clinic recently received a new drainage system which will serve to get rid of waste water and stagnate water between it and the local road.
The need for a drainage project has been in existence for some years now.
The United States Marine Corps has been working to assist the community, in setting up a work force of Iraqi workers to execute, plan and assemble the drainage system for the Medical clinic.
The sewage control drainage system will give the Iraqi people the opportunity to make their overall community medical services better. It will give them a sense of pride knowing that it is something that they constructed themselves.
Cooperation between the Iraqi Citizens and coalition forces has grown until projects such as these will be able to completed more and more.
Projects such as these will advance the community and give it a overall sense of accomplishment and give it encouragement for giving other projects an opportunity.
When it is done, the Mudiq Medical Clinic will be able to function at a greater level of production, meeting the needs of the Iraqi community.