Environmental Enhancement

Solar energy consumption powered water treatment kiosks provided by a photovoltaic panel of 85Wc to 100Wc by not applying much electrical nor fuel consumption, in order to save environment in each project site. Delivery transportation of 20L-container depends on site entrepreneur/operator – during rainy season (a very low selling season), an average consumption of 60L/month; Read more about Environmental Enhancement[…]

Rural Economic Enhancement

Average beneficiary household income per month: US$50-60. Assuming 6L/day/household, monthly water expenses US$2.25 represent less than 4% of the average household’s income. Village community: The community receives US$20 – 25 per month from the entrepreneurs/operators at each project site, which represent an extra US$240 per year, with a share of the entrepreneurs/operators’ profits at the Read more about Rural Economic Enhancement[…]

Impact on quality of basic education of children (6-12 years old)

Education is one of the most important drivers behind helping people in developing countries lift themselves out of poverty. However, even when schooling is available absenteeism rates can be high. Recent interest has focused on whether or not WASH interventions can help reduce school absenteeism in developing countries. However, none has focused exclusively on the Read more about Impact on quality of basic education of children (6-12 years old)[…]

Impact on most vulnerable lives of rural community people

Reduction of waterborne disease is a major public health goal in developing countries. Before buying water from Teuk Saat 1001, the villagers drank water either from home filtration system provided by NGOs (no maintenance or replacement) or boilding water from rivers/ponds. This has a direct impact on the health of the villagers on diarrhea risks Read more about Impact on most vulnerable lives of rural community people[…]