Water is the sacred source of life and the carrier of the soul in all religions. Awareness on the sacredness of healthy water will be fundamental.
Our sustainable education project includes a water harvesting system – providing clean purified water.
Our Living Cycles Education Project includes rain harvesting, providing clean drinking water, solar energy and eco toilets, (living cycles). These compounds will be placed next to primary schools and temples.The compound consists of a prefab building including 4 eco toilets, 2x sinks for washing hands and 1 healthy water tap point. Everyone using the toilet pays a little money and receives 0,5 l of healthy water. Local people are hired to build the compound with eco-friendly toilets and healthy water system for the community (including schools). It is a safe and clean place, for children and women. Local women can earn a living with maintenance and keeping it clean. The investment is funded by donators and transformed into a Micro Finance Loan creating commitment for service and well-keeping by the (future)owner.
This first investment is used to set-up the first 10 Compounds and create in this way the first 10 pilot projects in which we can evaluate, optimize and make the most robust version to start a crowd funding campaign for further roll-out.
The first selected location in India is Himachal Pradesh ,Palpung Sherabling Monastic Seat and Dharamsala. The project will be supported by our local partner Palpung Sherabling Monastic Seat, India.
Output and results:
Funds per Toilet Compound (incl. 4 toilets / 2 sinks / 1 water tap / 1 building / 1 water purification + storage):
You can donate:
1 Water tap 25 euro
1 sink 50 euro
½ toilet 150 euro
1 toilet 300 euro
You will receive receipt of your donation and report on the results of your donation
Increase the awareness of water being the sacred source of life
Results so far:
Upstream Rishikesh: Dutch cooperation water experts with GIWA India. Cleaning 225 km of Ganga River from it’s source India
Supporting more water projects e.g. cleaning sacred water sources worldwide