ANAK HELP INDONESIAN CHILDREN

WATER FILTERS PROGRAM

The fund-raising for this project has been stopped on Fengarion
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Total donations 358 CHF
Total budgetRaised from other sources
3 465 CHF3 207 CHF
Domain of project :Several
Region of project :Asia and Pacific
Country of project :Indonesia
Languages : English Français

Project summary

In its community centers of Pakisan Bunutan, and in its boarding center Singaraja, Anak welcomes every day dozens of children and adolescents who must of course be able to provide drinking water, which is a consumer of significant water.

If the 3 buildings are equipped with a connection allowing to have the tap water (from a source or pulsed in the basement), this water not being pretreated, it is therefore not drinking.

Therefore, as a growing proportion of households in Indonesia, Anak buys bottled water to make available to children.

This water is present in gallons of 19 liters, which is placed on a dispenser. When the gallon is empty, its set lets go to a dealer to exchange it against another nine gallon and on payment of course water.

Over time, Anak realized that there were alternatives to this system, including the solution of purifying tap water through a modern and secure filtering system based on the technique called to " reverse osmosis ".

For supplying drinking water buildings, Anak therefore decided to conduct a comparative study between a filtering system and the current system based on three criteria:

    1. Economics
    2. Practical Constraints and Security
    3. Environmental impact

Economics

In our 3 centers and boarding, the 200 godchildren every day use 6 gallons of 19 liters of mineral water 1.36 euros or 1.25 chf / gallon, an annual cost of 2,475 euros eqvt 2'722 chf .

Proposed solution:

The investment for three reverse osmosis systems is to 2'640 chf eqvt 2,400 euros.

The annual maintenance (replacement filters, etc.) is 825 chf eqvt 750 euros.

The investment is amortized in 1 year for an annual net savings of 1,725 ​​euros eqvt 1'897 chf (70% savings!)

SAFETY ASPECT AND ERGONOMICS

Gallons of mineral water weighs 20 kilos require several manuals daily replacements inducing risks of manipulation and time spent for replenishment.

The water purifier removes any burden of human manipulation while providing automatic replenishment

For logistical reasons, mineral gallon water can run out temporarily (consumption, closed store retailer ...). The usual alternative is buying individual disposable plastic cups, true environmental wound in Bali.

In gallon or cup, this mineral water is extracted from the mountains of Sumatra and Java, which leads to route Bali significant fuel consumption and CO2 production

For the school year 2015 -2016, the sum of 3'465 chf eqvt 3,150 euros will be needed to equip our centers and our boarding economic water filters, safe and environmentally friendly.

We count on your SOLIDARITY to help us fund this great project! Contact Us: contact@anakbali.org or click here: anakbali.org

On behalf of the children, Terima kasih / THANK YOU!

 

Budget and sources of financing of this project

COSTS

2015 -2016

Initial investment

 2 '640 CHF

Yearly Maintenance

    825 CHF 

Total

 3'465 CHF

Donation from ROTARY CLUB MULHOUSE & Others

 2'889 CHF

BALANCE TO BE FINANCED

     576 CHF

COSTS

2015 -2016

Initial investment

2 400 €

              Annual maintenance

750 € 

Total

3 150 €

Donation of ROTARY CLUB MULHOUSE on 21.09.2015

1138 €

BALANCE TO BE FINANCED

2012 €

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