Jorpati Project 2009 – 2012: 1. Rain Water Harvest (RWH) 2. Toiletten 3. Health / Dental Care & Education (HDC&E)
TEGENSLAG: Grond Jorpati verkocht in 2011. Nieuwe school op nieuwe plek. Studenten verhuizen : april 2012. RWH klaar: april 2012 Toiletten klaar: februari / maart 2012 Jorpati School wordt Jorpati College: Van kleuterschool t/m 2 eerste klassen op universitair niveau.
* The water comes from water bed which level is going down dangerously every year; from the only river of Kathmandu (soon will be dry); from different springs of the surrounding high hills which are drying out quickly. * Wells are also drying out. * Different process of water filtration is used by the population. * Water reserves are not renewable as consummation is higher than supplies.
* In 2010, Karuna-Shechen has started a partnership with the Indian association “Barefoot College” and its Director, Bunker Roy. * a rain water harvesting system ( with underground tank reserve) has been built during the summer of 2011 to supply a school situated an hour away from Katmandou. * This process is very safe, the water is filter( natural filter with sand+ ashes and gravels)