Clean Water and Conservation in the Philippines

Feb 7, 2010

Next village: Tres Hermanos

With the help of our generous donors and of a group of students from NorthWestern University, we are now planning the next system for the community of Tres Hermanos, in Murcia municipality. Tres Hermanos is formed of 45 households, i.e. 215 people including 84 children. They currently spend 30 minutes one-way down and up steep terrain to fetch limited water. This is a relatively complex system, with more than 1 mile of piping and two pumps. We plan to install the system in July 2010.


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Project Leader

Michel Maupoux

Program Manager
Portland, OR United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Clean Water and Conservation in the Philippines