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Hive Blockchain Donates A Mechanized Borehole To A Ghanaian Community 

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In a heartwarming initiative, Hive, the blockchain-based social media platform, has unveiled its 11th borehole project, providing clean water access to Ghana’s Kanvilli Kukuo community, located in the northern region of the country. The inauguration of this vital project, which took place today, holds immense significance for both the local villagers and the entire Ghanaian nation.









This borehole construction project, a testament to Hive’s commitment to humanitarian efforts, was initiated and sponsored by the Decentralized Hive Fund (DHF) project. Its noble purpose is to address the pressing issue of clean water scarcity in rural communities, bringing relief to those in need.



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The inauguration ceremony witnessed the presence of distinguished guests, including representatives from Hive, revered community leaders, and esteemed members of the Kanvilli Kukuo community. Among these esteemed guests, the Chief of Kanvilli Kukuo took a moment to express profound gratitude to Hive and the entire ecosystem for their unwavering dedication to enhancing the lives of rural communities. Similarly, Chief Dr. Issahaku Rahaman, the leader of Kanvilli Kukuo, conveyed his heartfelt congratulations to Hive Blockchain for addressing a long-standing problem that had plagued the community for years.















The newly established borehole stands as a beacon of hope for the Kanvilli Kukuo community. Its reliable supply of clean water promises to significantly contribute to the health and well-being of the village’s residents, marking a remarkable achievement. This project serves as a living testament to the transformative power of blockchain and web3 technology, offering solutions to real-world challenges.

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Hive, driven by its enduring commitment to the betterment of Ghanaian villages, continues to make substantial contributions.









By providing access to clean water and essential resources, Hive empowers rural communities, propelling them toward a brighter future. The successful launch of the 11th borehole in Kanvilli Kukuo serves as a source of immense pride for both Hive and the nation of Ghana. Together, they strive to realize sustainable development goals and create a more prosperous and equitable society for all.

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Source: Emmanuel Atta Appiah (Zico)



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