We are well aware of the many limitations that we have, that’s why we are greatly assisted by donors and local governments to open doors of convenience in carrying out this good intention. Tanks, wells, power poles, pipelines, and other buildings that are interconnected and support the Water Connection project will not run well without a land use agreement.
We also really need the help of residents so that we can open access for them. Our slightly unlikely team is capable of doing it all alone. That’s why we hold a lot of outreach to residents and village officials to be able to synergize and work with residents and agree on the use of the area, clarify land status and avoid conflicts that might arise in the future.
Building a facility doesn’t stop when it’s all done. Sustainability also needs to be monitored by all beneficiaries. For this purpose, we will form a water committee with members of the villagers of Mbinudita. They will be tasked with identifying, evaluating, and controlling risks that may result in damage to or disruption of facilities.
You can also help us expand access to clean water to other residential areas. Click the link in our bio on the Donation Page to donate via DOKU with the e-wallet system by scanning the QRIS code. No amount is too little. From us, thank you very much.