Belou I ClinicCompleted: June 2012 [?]
- Sponsor: EastLake Church [?]
- Region: Central African Republic [?]
- GPS: 3.8032, 18.070167 [?]
- Project Cost: $18,935.00 [?]
- Local Partner: Integrated Community Development International [?]
- Project ID: CF.ICD.Q3.10.064.016[?]
- Field Notes:
This project was constructed at a health clinic. Safe health practices require safe water within reach. When nurses and doctors spend time walking for water or boiling that water to guarantee it’s safe, they lose precious minutes helping their patients.
The surrounding community will also have access to this water project, which means the water they bring home each day is safe enough to drink and won’t make them sick. On average they’re less than 15 minutes from their water project, which means each family now can use up to 15 liters per person per day!
Our partner included photos of the community you helped and the Water Committee that was selected and trained to oversee this water project. They collect a monthly fee from each family for routine maintenance. Learn more about how ICDI ensures sustainability here >>
Note: Our field teams were able to take a photo of your project while it was under construction. We’ve included that photo in your set so that you can see part of the construction process!
Note: Wondering why there’s a photo of a river, pond, swamp or open well in your report? That’s the community’s previous water source. Thanks to you, they don’t have to use this anymore.