Following the Sulawesi Earthquake the Indonesian Red Cross have been setting up Temporary Camps for the thousands of families that have lost their homes.

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The camps will be home to the families of these children, and thousands more, for at least the next two years while the rebuilding of communities around the City of Palu goes ahead.

A vital part of keeping the families healthy during this period will be the availablity of clean drinking water.

Disaster Aid, in partnership with the Indonesian Red Cross, are planning to install ten Skyhydrants in the camps.

Each Skyhydrant water filter will be able to treat 10,000 litres of water a day removing dangerous bacteria.

Every unit will protect the health of 500 residents.

 

 

If you want to help us to provide safe water to the families of Palu you can make a Donation Now

 

 

 

 

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