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(Watch in high quality) Clean Water: Access to clean water was the community's top priority. Until 2,005, all water used for drinking, cooking, and other purposes came from two communal water holes and a nearby river. Participatory Development means the community built their own water system. The community contributed sand, stones and their labor (digging trenches, laying pipe) to the project. Zahana bought the pipes, cement, and materials not locally available as well as hired water engineers, who lived in Fiadanana for two months directing the project and teaching the villagers how to maintain the system.