Water Supply For Children and Their Families

by Association of Locally Empowered Youth - Northern Mindanao
Water Supply For Children and Their Families
Training on organic fertilizer production
Training on organic fertilizer production

Dear Friend,

Greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our initiative providing water supply for children and their families. This reporting period we are fortunate to note that rain is continuous and have provided our beneficiaries with access to rainwater. Our focus is on the promotion of organic gardening activities as supplemental source of protein in the household especially during this time that the Coronavirus pandemic is affecting a lot of families. During this reporting period we demonstrate and train our farmer leaders in the production and use of organic fertilizer using local materials found around the village. We were able to train a total of 72 farmers in this manner and we will follow them up in order to ensure that they will apply their learning in their own farms. Thank you so much for your kindness and generosity and hoping for your continuing support.

Very sincerely yours,

Jed Christian Sayre

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Water supply provision
Water supply provision

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our initiative providing water to remote villages. Water is becoming scarce here and sources are in distant mountains and the most burdened are women and children who are relegated the task of fetching water often walking long distances. This reporting period, we provided water to a small cluster of 15 families by providing them materials where they are able to draw water from an uphill stream by means of gravity. This technique is fairly simple and entails the use of polyethylene pipes drawing water from a spring or reservoir. The system will last for many years and maintenance is very low. Hoping for your continuing support so that we are able to construct additional water systems like this.

Very sincerely yours,

Jed Christian Sayre

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Food supply
Food supply

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our project providing water supply to children and their families. This reporting period we are able to provide steady supply of water to a remote village and in this case we expanded their vegetable gardening activities in order to provide steady food supply now that food is getting scarce because of the problem of Coronavirus affecting wide areas here. The food we are providing to farmers they pay in small amounts so that we will be able to purchase seeds for distribution to additional growers. We are able to support the food needs of 75 farming families in this manner.

Hoping for your continuing support.

Very sincerely yours,

Jed Christian

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Provision of toilet
Provision of toilet

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our project providing water for children and their families. Water is a human right and we are worried because the supply of water is getting scarcer everyday. There is a need to protect watersheds and other sources of water in order to maintain sustainable supply. This reporting period being the end of the year, we conducted community visits and small group meetings with local communities in order to assess their needs for water and sanitation so tha we are able to plan out carefully our actions for the next year. Aside from the conduct of assessments, we also provided a few toilets to some of the very poor in our communities. In total we provided 15 toilets from generous donations locally. We are doing this because there is a close link between access to water and the provision of sanitation facilities.

Hoping for your continuing support.

Very sincerely yours,

Jed Christian

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Pitcher pump to draw water
Pitcher pump to draw water

Dear Friend,

Greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our project providing water supply for children and their families. Water is becoming a scarce commodity and our expertise is in constructing large rainwater harvesters as well as gravity-fed water using polyethylene pipes. We also install water pumps in areas where the water table is high and digging a water well is feasible. This reporting period we are able to provide 3 families with simple and cheap pitcher pumps and they provided their own labor in digging the well. This is a cheap solution and very easy to do and hope that you will provide additional support to us. We aim to provide 50 water pumps until the end of this year.

Very sincerely yours,

Jed Christian

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Association of Locally Empowered Youth - Northern Mindanao

Location: Cagayan de Oro - Philippines
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Project Leader:
Jed Christian Sayre
Director
Cagayan de Oro, Philippines
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