For many years the residents of a remote village in Indonesia have been walking across rugged terrain to collect water from a natural spring. The return journey presents a burdensome and time-consuming test of endurance as the water load must be carried up a steep mountain face from sea level.
As locals have expressed the desire for improved water accessibility, their wish is coming true through the delivery of 3 water tanks, a 3.5km pipeline and individual household connection. Not only does this alleviate the daily toil of water collection, but also guarantees higher standards of health and sanitation by improved filtration.
Key Areas of Expenditure:
- Pipes and fittings
- Water tanks
- Installation and delivery costs