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1 Rotaryclub Brummen-Engelenburg Atjo Westerhuis en Martin Buitink 1/2012

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3 Bamboo schools 2 organisaties: Samata Siksha Niketan: Uttam Sanjel 16 BS Karuna Shechen : Nadine Donnet 7 BS sponsoring

4 Waarom Nepal? * Nepal behoort tot de armste landen van de wereld * Nepal is het armste land van Azie * BS voor de armste bevolkingsgroepen * Bijval Impulsis en Aqua for All

5 Doelen: 1. Water 2. Sanitatie 3. Gezondheid

6 Jorpati Project 2009 – 2012: 1. Rain Water Harvest (RWH) 2. Toiletten 3. Health / Dental Care & Education (HDC&E)

7 TEGENSLAG: Grond Jorpati verkocht in Nieuwe school op nieuwe plek. Studenten verhuizen : april RWH klaar: april 2012 Toiletten klaar: februari / maart 2012 Jorpati School wordt Jorpati College: Van kleuterschool t/m 2 eerste klassen op universitair niveau.

8 PROJECT 1. Jorpati Pilot 2009 – 2012: 1. RWH ( liter) ± Toiletten (20) HDCE (3 jaar) Totaal

9 PROJECT 2. Wandelen voor Water 2012 voor: 1 – 2 nieuwe scholen in Pokhara en Sumara RWH(2013): ± x 2 = ± Toiletten: al in goede staat HDC&E: (nog) niet

10 PROJECT 1. Fundraising RC Brummen-Engelenburg Impulsis RC Rijssen RC Twenterand RC Ambt Almelo Totaal Nodig Tekort Conclusie: Tekort komt overeen met 1 jaar Health / Dental Care (incl. Education). Extra opbrengst RC, overige sponsoren, overheid? Succes pilot?

11 PROJECT 2. Schatting: RC Brummen-Engelenburg kinderen Overige RC’s X 1,8 (A4A) Totaal Conclusie: In elk geval 1, maar bijna zeker 2 scholen met RWH in 2013

12 Tot nu toe overgemaakt naar Nepal: 2010 – – Totaal Totaal FR Nog in kas

13 A traditional and green system to preserve the world water resources Nadine Donnet Karuna-Shechen

14 Access to safe water has become a real problem: women make kilometres everyday to fetch safe water or queue up to get it at some spring and pay a high price for it

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19 * 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.

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22 * 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)

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