Design and implement a sustainable water supply project which would meet the basic requirements for the majority of the population of the village of Casa Blanca where the current sources of water: trucking in water (for a fee); one small well serving a small portion of the community; one water tap for limited use by the community, and nearby river used for bathing.
Francisco Abraham Rivera Alcántara
Design and implement sustainable systems that harvest water from roof structures, both for agricultural (farming) and aquacultural (Tilapia Fishery) whether it be domestic or industrial use and to properly store it. Location: Tirrases, Costa Rica.
Gerardo Lorenzen, Project Manager
This project will benefit some 390 people living in both communities located 10 miles from the city of Aguadulce, province of Cocle, Panamá.
Agustin Urriola, Project Manager
Rotary Club of David, Panama has 5 projects to build Rural Aqueducts in ANGOSTURA DE COCHEA, CAÑA BLANCA, LAS MELLIZA, MACANO DE COCHEA, and BRISAS DEL MAR, Province of Chiriquí, Panamá.
Antonio Singh, Project Manager
Enhance social and educational life by improving the quality of
water using a technique called SCALL® (Water Capture
System) in public schools at three different communities:
Camotan, Jocotan and Chiquimula.
Ricardo Romero, Project Manager
WASH In Schools is oriented towards sanitation and hygiene improvement, building adequate bathrooms and latrines, and providing new and better options for waste management in order to create healthier and sustainable water supply systems. Train teachers to develop and implement a syllabus that involves and inspire students, empowering children and teenagers to become change agents.
Walter Melara, Project Manager
Construction of a reserve water tank in the Village of Pajonal, Coclé, will improve the quality of life of the population of approximately 2,500 inhabitants distributed in approximately 250 homes and school in the community giving them constant access to drinking water, allowing them to practice better hygiene habits, and the reduction of many diseases, including covid19.
Eimy Sánchez, Project Manager
Provide students in 7 public schools in San Salvador access to filtered and purified drinking water, hygienic toilets (gender-separated) and sinks, as well as appropriate clean kitchen space. Education and organization of schools’ bodies to provide sustainability is also an important component. Benefiting 1,400+ students will be directly benefited. The education of health benefits may indirectly impact students’ families (7,000 people).
Ernesto Martín-Montero, Project Manager
Construction Rainwater Cisterns for Malpaso community, San Lucas, Madriz, Nicaragua, which will improve the quality of life of families through the capture and sustainable use of rainwater.
Ivonne Castillo, Project Manager
Provide 1000 already identified families with water filters, so that diarrhea is reduced and the monthly expenses of a family are reduced. Children and families can retain more nutrients, lose less school / work days and live longer healthily. 5% of population of 213,625 inhabitants in Herrera and Los Santos are in need; the water they use in their homes comes directly from the rivers.
Installation of 120 household flush-pour latrines, with improved design features a simple, innovative and highly effective biodigester septic tank that traps solids to allow prolonged decomposition time and allows liquids to flow quickly. Location San Antonio, Nicaragua where currently, 77% of families have a traditional, unimproved latrine with holes dug in the ground.
Maria Violeta Rizo
Refurnish and update reservoir tanks and pumps in LA RAYA DE SANTA MARÍA, VERAGUAS. Use solar power to run the system to guarantee a low operating cost in the years to come.
Edwin Muñoz, Project Manager
The local communities have limited water supplies, some may be through a municipal water structure, other sources are trucked in, as there are some well sources and spring water. First, there is not enough water, and second, its purity is questionable.
Diana Brown, Project Manager
Mejorar el nivel de vida de los habitantes de nueve (9) comunidades
dotándolas de fuentes de agua con calidad adecuada para el consumo
humano en la isla Zapatera.
For more information contact:
Gustavo Miguel Reynosa Velásquez, Project Manager
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