In the remote Bali village of Tianyar thousands of people were evacuated from the danger zone of Mt Agung which continues to threaten to errupt.
These people lived on the slopes of Mt Agung, away from the places where medical facilities, schools and jobs are scarce.
Life has been put on hold after they were moved from their homes and places of employment.
To compound their problems the water supply in the evacuation camp is contaminated.
This is where Disaster Aid Australia stepped in as part of their 'Safe Water for Every Child' program.
Partnering with the East Bali Poverty Project,a SkyHydrant filters has been installed at Tianyar to give clean, safe water and help the children attend school without the burdon of water borne illnesses.
Disaster Aid Response Team members Phillip Gribble, Andrew Gunn and Trainee Mark Hosking are planning to install a further two SkyHydrants in the next few days.
The residents of the Tianyar evacuation camp thank the Rotary Club of Scarborough who generously sponsored this filter.
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