A typical Disaster Aid Australia SkyHydrant installation costs $5,000.
That includes tanks and pipes that we purchase locally.
Once installed the unit will provide bacteria free water for ten years for up a community of up to 700 people.
$5,000 / 10 years / 700people = $0.71 / person per year.
A $5,000 skyhydrant Installation to serve a school can keep over 1,000 pupils safe.
If you want to support our 'Safe Water for Every Child' projects you can donate at: Disaster Aid Australia
Disaster Aid Australia is one of 16 international nominations for the Energy Globe Sustainability World Award.
Our ‘Safe Water for Every Child’ project for the Philippines was one of more than 2,300 entries from 182 countries around the world.
In June 2018 year it was selected as the best project submitted from Australia.
A key issue in selection was the fact the SkyHydrant, that we install for the project can provide 10,000 litres per day of safe water without using electricity or chemicals.
In December 2018 Energy Globe announced that the 'Safe Water for Every Child' project was one of the 16 finalists invited to attend the Energy Globe World Award ceromony in Yazd, Iran, on the 29th January 2019.
The ceremony will be broadcast globally on TV and via livestream.
The Energy Globe World Awards will be handed over in five categories: Earth, Fire, Water, Air and Youth as well as an overall World Award.
The photograph below shows the massive devastation in the Indonesian city of Palu where thousands of homes have been flattened.
Disaster Aid is on site with Disaster Aid Response Teams (DARTs) from both Disaster Aid Australia and Disaster Aid Malaysia.
Initially Disaster Aid Malaysia deployed emergency shelter packs.
We have now partnered with the Indonesian Red Cross who are planning to set up 8 temporary resettlement camps outside Palu.
The Indonesian Authorities believe these camps will be needed for at least 3 years while they work on the reconstruction of Palu .
We will be providing SkyHydrant water filters at each site to protect the health of all the residents.
These SkyHydrants, which can be installed for $5,000, will provide safe drinking water at the extremely low cost of under $5 per person for the next 3 years
Over the past year Disaster Aid Australia (DAA) has been working to help provide 'Safe Water for Every Child' to children at rural schools in Bhutan.
The project has been in conjunction with our local partners; The Rotary Club of Thimphu, the Bhutan Toilet Organisation, and the Bhutan Ministry of Education.
A number of SkyHydrant installations have been completed, including this one at the Zhemgang school.
At a DAA Board meeting on the 12th May it was decided to adopt a target of achieving Safe Drinking Water for EVERY Rural School in Bhutan.
To meet this ambitious target we will need to raise $1,000,000 over the next 2 years.
Can you help?
Do you know an organisation, or an individual who can support us?
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