Rain Water Collection System
During our stay at the Enro hotel, we were approached by the leader of an orphanage 20 minutes from the hotel, asking for water quality assistance. A team was dispatched to verify the described conditions and the reality of the need. The site had a typical mud hole as its primary water source.
Although we were unable to provide immediate assistance with sand filtration and chlorination, the location was placed on the list for the 2019 program.
A 1000 L tank enabled us to offer and implement a rainwater collection alternative. Gutters were installed on the main building and the tank was utilized as a rain barrel. While undersized for the purpose, it did provide temporary relief in the form of cleaner water, at least during the rainy season, and hope for the future.