Water source

Water source

Having clean water is to ensure the safety of drinking water through a well water storage system and hygiene cogitation, including digging wells, collecting rainwater, filtering, boiling, etc., to building toilets, septic tanks, and other public facilities, which can effectively improve environmental hygiene and decrease disease spreading.
People lack sanitation facilities and are prone to infectious diseases such as dysentery and typhoid fever. In the underdeveloped regions of Africa, about one billion people lack basic hygiene, not to mention clean water. If we start from this aspect, we can help remote villages to save medical expenditure, and effectively improve the education rights and health of children and women. Therefore, the plan will focus on assisting schools in poor communities, the church will provide equipment to dig wells and collect rainwater, and establish committees to provide community residents with water purification procedures and assist in the use and maintenance of public resources.

How to purify water? How to maintain environmental sanitation and personal hygiene (WASH)? This project hopes to stack power for the flipping community. We work with trusted communities to ensure that the living conditions of vulnerable populations improve, starting with water, environmental sanitary, and personal hygiene.

Our Methods

Water source

  • Cooperate with employees and volunteers with professional backgrounds such as civil engineering, construction, and geology to provide drilling and construction technologies.
  • Demonstrate basic maintenance of public facilities for the community.
  • Rainwater harvesting system is used for storage and filtration and promotes drinking  boiled water.

Environmental sanitation

  • Build toilets to protect the environment from fecal pollution.
  • Excreta Management Training.
  • Promote hygiene education to maintain health and protect the environment from unburying waste.

Personal hygiene

  • Assuredly handwashing with soap can prevent the spread of diseases such as cholera, dysentery, and Ebola.
  • Sanitation promotion in communities, schools, and health facilities improves water and food safety.

Provide healthier life

Clean water is the basic condition for a healthy life. 
We provide clean water and sanitary infrastructure to remote communities and work with those we serve so that clean water and sanitation facilities can later be maintained by the local community. We continue to promote a variety of hygiene education-related community activities, and actively help our service target live healthier lives.

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The number of children who die from lack of clean water is far greater than the magnitude of children who die from bullets in wars.
But as long as everyone works together, we can turn cloudy, bacteria-laden water into clean, transparent drinking water, and every drop of clean water can protect the health and life of children.

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