W|W Nepal Program Report- Jammin'4Water

 

July - December 2017

 W|W CEO David Cuthbert takes part in the celebration of turning on the tap stands for the first time.

W|W CEO David Cuthbert takes part in the celebration of turning on the tap stands for the first time.

Thank you for your support of the Wine To Water Program in Nepal.

From July - December 2017 Wine To Water was able to work closely with the community of Dahakhani to complete the construction of 34 taps stands.  The water was brought in from over 4 kilometers away, and involved the construction of collection tanks, sediment tanks and reservoir tanks.  Today, over 1,200 residents, including a school with over 200 children now have access to clean water.    

In addition to the completed project in Dahakhani, Wine To Water in Nepal distributed 117 filters, impacting over 400 people in areas hrd hit by natural disasters, and conducted Hygiene lessons in local public schools for over 200 young children.

Scroll down for videos, photos and interactive maps detailing the overall impact.

Interactive Map & Impact Data

Click through the interactive map below to view impact and see the Filter Program activity from July - December 2017.

Field Note #155: The Foundation of Community

The Wine To Water Nepal team went to the villages of the Madi municipality which was affected by flooding. SAWYER filters were the relief technology that was distributed to 70 households.

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Glimpses of our Work in Nepal

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THANK YOU Jammin'4Water!  We are grateful for your support! 

Matt Wagoner