We have several projects ready for their next phase of work after the initial site visit.
Our Projects have THREE primary phases: Site Visit, Phase One (Functionality), and Phase Two (Sustainability). The Site Visit allows our team to make connection with the local community, test the water sources and do ground inspections, and also set the relational groundwork for who will run the operation once completed. In Phase One we build the physical site, including the plumbing and mechanics to make the water project functional. We train our project managers and staff about clean water practices and business operating procedures. Once the site is operational and staff trained, we move into the Third Phase of Sustainability. This is a vital phase for the longevity of the project, as we want each site to be stand-alone, fully operational and run by the local people. As in all business ventures, the first five years are extremely crucial. Each of the projects below are ready to be fully funded so we can proceed with providing clean water to the communities waiting.
This location will be a sister site to our Kadali Project as they are in the same state and will be under the direction of our Regional Director, Shravan Kumar.
We are excited about this site being in the works at the AWANA location in Katmandu where it can help hundreds of children and their families. It is in the region managed by Mr. Gajendra Tamang.
Churli is located to the east of the Mechi River in Northern India and sits between the borders of Nepal and Bangladesh.
This site has already had it's visit and analysis and is ready to begin the construction phase. It will be under the direction of Mr. Macharia.
This site will be located just east of Guatemala in the mountain country of Honduras between the cities of San Pedro Sula and San Salvador. It will be under the direction of Mr. Gustavo Elicequi.