Recently a team from Disaster Aid Australia visited the Camarines Sur region to commence the installation of two SkyHydrants for a Project in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Naga and the Rotary Club of Goa.
A key feature of this project was the involvement of the school community in planning and constructing the header tank tower.
The photograph on the left shows the tower under construction based on a suggestion of the School Maintenance Supervisor Mr. Beloy.
Following a busy few days the SkyHydrant was ready to deliver water by the end of the week.
This SkyHydrant, which was sponsored by Calmar Corps, will provide Safe Water for over 1200 pupils.
Completion of the whole project, comprising another 15 schools, will be dependant on succesful fund raising by Disaster Aid Australia and the Rotary Club of Naga
Sponsor a school for $5,000.