Filters for Families

Filters for Families has a holistic approach to solving water, nutrition, health problems in Nepal. We also are holding science and art camps to local village children in Nawalparasi District. Research on water, nutrition, maternal health, metal toxicity, geology and ecology are part of our vision to provide the best solutions and better understand the problems of the poor. We feel that safe water is the beginning of alleviating poverty in Nepal and among Native American Tribes.
Infant & Mother Health in Nepal's Arsenic Areas
 
Neonatal mortality in Nepal's high arsenic areas is 12.4 %. Safe water filters and good nutrition for these families will significantly decrease the mortality rate and increase the number of healthy children. Our target is to conduct 4 workshops for 60 women in early 2017, providing filters to each family, Nutrition and Hygiene Workshops, training to Health students and Female Health Volunteers. The Female Health Volunteers will conduct the 2 year monitoring program. This project will help >480 project reportread updates from the field
 
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