Drinking Water for 300 Nepalese households

by Crooked Trails

Summary

This project will build a water storage tank to store spring water flowing waste every night. Currently, available water system is not sufficient, so they line up in this spring water.
$240
total raised
3
donors
0
monthly donors
6
years active

Challenge

Current water supply is not sufficient, at the same time nearby spring water is going to waste and villagers always have to queue. The Village Development Committee (VDC) has already budgeted 20,000 for a drinking water construction for 300 houses, for which an application has also been submitted to KEEP for additional support. So, our field visit survey also verified it’s necessity and needs to be constructed ASAP before VDC switch budgeted amount to other developmental priorities.

Solution

We help to build a water collection tank with 3 taps to retain water loss of spring water. Also VDC has already allocated some money as stated above. We want to build it before VDC switch budgeted amount to other developmental priorities.

Long-Term Impact

The spring water will always be stored in tank during night time for 300 household villagers and they can use during day time with 3 water taps without having to queue. Other than this, villagers have no other way. It saves their time.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).

Resources

mailto:info@keepnepal.org.np
official website

Organization Information

Crooked Trails

Location: Seattle, WA - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.crookedtrails.com
Project Leader:
ARJUN LIMBU
Program Officer
Kathmandu, kathmandu Nepal

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