SODIS Foundation

To develop and promote solutions for improving drinking water quality and health. For achieving this, we cooperate with the private, public and development sector in order to benefit people in Latin America.
Safe Drinking water for 850 School Kids (Bolivia)
 
$140
$4,960
Raised
Remaining
This project will provide safe drinking water to 850 children in the municipality of San Gabriel (Tipnis, Bolivia). Teaching staff and school kids will be trained on the use and maintenance of water filters and other simple technologies to obtain safe drinking water. Adequate infrastructure will be provided and hygiene conditions will be improved. Parents and community leaders also will be informed and trained, thus impacting the community at large. project reportread updates from the field
Safe Drinking Water for 40 schools in Bolivia
 
$50,146
$9,854
Raised
Remaining
Teachers and students of 40 schools in Bolivia will be trained on how to obtain safe drinking water and improve hygiene conditions at school. Simple and affordable technologies like Solar Water Disinfection (SODIS) will be promoted. project reportread updates from the field
Self-building Eco-Toilet
 
$0
$15,000
Raised
Remaining
The project focused in Self-building Eco-toilets. Materials that cannot be find or make in the town itself will be donate ie. corrugated and PVC pipe. The people build their bricks with dirt, mud and straw. It will be also provided technical advice and support in the construction plans. It will be held in the village of Micani about 4000 meters and at 5 hours walk from the nearest town. We want the people to have a better quality of life decreasing disease and improve overall well-being. project reportread updates from the field
Develop an indicator for Solar Water Disinfection
 
$2,779
$7,221
Raised
Remaining
This project will develop and test an indicator, developed in partnership with InnoCentive, to support local health workers promote Solar Water Disinfection (SODIS), a low-cost method to purify drinking water. SODIS has been shown to be an effective and adequate intervention to prevent waterborne diseases like diarrhea, cholera and dysentery. With the support of the low-cost indicator, the method can be promoted even more effectively. project reportread updates from the field
Micro-credit for families in Cochabamba
 
$2,635
$7,365
Raised
Remaining
People living in peri-urban areas of cities in the developing world have a large unmet need for improved water and sanitation services. This need currently is neither met by the existing commercial sector nor by government entities. This project offers attractive conditions to low-income families for micro-credits in order to facilitate access to improved water and sanitation services (toilets, etc.). Additionally, it provides customized advisory services and hygiene education to the families. project reportread updates from the field
Safe Drinking Water for 1200 School Kids
 
$1,794
$10,206
Raised
Remaining
This project will provide safe drinking water to 1200 children in the municipality of Anzaldo (Cochabamba, Bolivia). Teaching staff and school kids will be trained on the use and maintenance of water filters and other simple technologies to obtain safe drinking water. Adequate infrastructure will be provided and hygiene conditions will be improved. Parents and community leaders also will be informed and trained, thus impacting the community at large. project reportread updates from the field
Safe Drinking Water for 80,000 Children in Bolivia
 
$33,970
$0
Raised
Remaining
80,000 school children in Bolivia will be trained in simple, affordable techniques to sustainably improve their health. Techniques include hand washing and solar water purification (SODIS). project reportread updates from the field
Safe Drinking Water for 15 day care centers
 
$4,400
$0
Raised
Remaining
This project will provide safe drinking water and improved hygiene to fifteen day care centers in Tiquipaya (Bolivia). We will train the educators of the day care centers on water and hygiene and how to implement simple solutions for saving lives. Water filters will be given to each center (one per class room) and portable hand washing facilities will be installed. We also will involve the kids' families in order to make sure the healthy habits promoted in this project will reach households. project reportread updates from the field

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