|2||Hamlet Name||Tana Karang Backwoods|
|6||Number of Families||–|
|7||Number of peoples||–|
|8||Number of Houses||–|
|9||Facilities built||6000 Liter Ferrocement Tank|
|10||Point Coordinates||-9.68013, 119.99758|
The 6000 Liter capacity water tank located near the drilled well is the 2nd Ferro cement water tank that was built, intended as a terminal water tank, and can also be used by landowners in the drilled well area. Since the drilling of wells, and installation to the reservoir, this location is the most difficult to reach because it is at the foot of a hill, so all equipment and materials must be transported manually from the top of the hill down through steep terrain, but thanks to the persistence of the residents, they get access to clean water, collectively cooperation from various backgrounds take part in development.
Starting from the participation of the children who were tasked with going up and down the hill to pick up and deliver goods, the gentlemen who built the water tank, to groups of mothers using bucket containers, going back and forth up and down the hill carrying materials, even though it was tiring and sometimes they even had to fall because they passed the terrain is steep, these women still do it with laughter while singing thanksgiving songs in Sumba language (ludupahangu). Until now, all development processes in the drilled well area have been completed and the reservoirs are filled and ready to be used by residents