ECLUJE School in Port-au-Prince has been founded in 2020. Currently, the school focuses on elementary school age and has about 60 students.
Haiti - and Port-au-Prince - like many developing nations around the world, lacks a municipal water supply system.
Many schools face the challenge of maintaining a stable and clean water supply and ECLUJE is no exception. The school currently lacks a sufficient water supply for essential needs such as sanitation and cleaning.
This project aims to provide a sustainable water solution for ECLUJE through rainwater collection tanks & pipes to channel and store water which then can be used for various purposes e.g. dishwashing, cleaning, hand washing etc.
Collect rainwater to meet the school's water needs.
Create awareness about water conservation among students.
Ensure consistent water quality through filtering systems.
The project will install a 300 gallon rainwater harvesting tank on the rooftop of the ECLUJE school building. Gutter systems / pipes will channel rainwater into the thank.
approx. 3 to 6 months
Roles & Responsibilities: >>STILL TO FINETUNE<<
Fresley Toussaint (Director of School): School Management and general point of contact and oversight at school premises.
Albert Davis (Past President): potential site visit and general overseeing the project + XXX
Jan Holz (Treasurer & Initiator of School Project): General overview of project and budgetary control.
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Water Tank ~$450,-
Tank Stand: ~$400,-
Valves & Fittings etc.: ~280,-
Miscellaneous e.g. Fasteners, Teflon Tapes, PVC Glue, Deliveries: ~$400,-