G-2300

Chlorination Unit

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Project Description

Region: Eastern Europe

Country: Turkey

Location: Kastamonu

Total Budget: $46,450

Areas of Focus: Disease prevention and treatment, Water, sanitation and hygiene, Maternal and child health



PLANNED ACTIVITIES

In a few short sentences, tell us your objectives fort his global grant.

Local people at some villages in Şenpazar district in Kastamonu will be provided with clean water as a result of establishing village water reservoirs with modern 15 chlorination units powered by solar energy , and this will lead to the decline in diseases among local people and energy saving through the use of solar energy.

Who will benefit from this global grant? Provide the estimated number of direct beneficiaries.

Directly a total of 656 people, of whom 339 are men and 317 are women, will benefit from this project.

Which of the following activities will this global grant fund? (select all that apply)

Humanitarian Project

Where will your project take place?

Community: Şenpazar

City: Kastamonu

Villages: Celallı Village (1 units), Dördül Village (1 units), Kalaycı Village (1 unit), Küçükmutlu Village (1 units), Sefer Village (1 units)

Country: TURKEY

When do you anticipate your project will take place?

From: 01.07.2019 Until: 30.10.2019

Outline your project implementation schedule.

No Activity Duration

1 Repairing broken village water reservoirs 15 days

2 Covering interior parts of the water reservoirs with ceramic 15 days

3 Construction of protective fences 12 days

4 Purchasing chlorination units powered by solar energy 7 days

5 Installation of chlorination units 45 days

6 Running units, testing and final tuning 20 days

7 Delivering of healthy water to the villages 5 days

SUSTAINABILITY

What community needs will your project address and how were these needs identified? Provide any relevant data or survey results.

İt is aimed to fulfil local community's clean and healthy water needs by chlorination units powered by solar energy. Chlorination units will run with solar energy, so this will contribute to the development of the country's economy. In addition, this need has been identified after negotiations made with formal officals of the villages. Also, as a result of negotiations with the Kastamonu Special Provincial Administration, it has been identified that there is not a service involving the installation of chlorination units to the villages. Therefore, we believe that we should set up chlorination units and provide clean water for the local community.

Detail how your project will address these community needs.

Primarily, this project is giving an opportunity to the local people to have healthy water in their villages. Children are constantly becoming ill because they drink dirty water. After our project, we aim to have clean water and reduce disease rates of all local people, especially children. Clean water will improve mother and child health, and ensure the healthy birth. Then children will grow up healthily. mortality rates will decrease and finally, they will have healthy life.

How were members of the local community involved in planning the project? Does your project align with any current or ongoing local initiatives?

Local people were informed about the project through officials of the village and they told us that they were waiting for the project to happen. Especially children are very happy to have clean water thanks to this project. Furthermore, as a result of negotiations with local governments, we learned that there would be no chlorination work in these villages. So, local governments have promised to support us in this project. And ultimately, our project aligns with a ongoing initiative.

Describe any training, community outreach, or educational programs, if applicable, and who will conduct them. How will recipients be selected?

Educational program can be listed as a summary as follows:

• Keeping water tanks clean

• Cleaning and maintenance of water tanks

• Educating the local population for not wasting water

Educations will be given to adult local people by Kastamonu Rotary Club members who are doctors. In addition, we will ask for help in some matters from technical staff of the company that will build water tanks.

ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Which goals will your activity support?

• Promoting disease prevention programs, with the goal of limiting the spread of communicable diseases and reducing the incidences of and complications from non-communicable diseases,

• Enhancing the health infrastructure of local communities

• Educating and mobilizing communities to help prevent the spread of major diseases

• Supporting studies for career-minded proffesionals related of to disease prevention and treatment

• Providing equitable community access to safe water, improve sanitation and hygiene

• Strengthening the ability of communities to develop, fund and maintain sustainable water and sanitation systems

• Supporting programs that enhance communities' awareness of the benefits of safe water, sanitation and hygiene

• Reducing the mortality and morbidity rate for children under the age of five

• Reducing the maternal mortality and morbidity rate

How will you meet these goals?

Villages in which we will build chlorination units, have water but they request drink clean and healthy water. The government supports the community on drinking water, but water is not clean and this results in unhealthy life. Once the chlorination units is established local people will have the opportunity to reach hygienic and healthy water.

How will you measure your impact?

No Measure Measurement Method Measurement Schedule Target

1 Number of communities reporting decrease in cases of diseases targeted Public records Every six months 500-999

2 Number of people with access to improved sources of drinking water Public records Every six months 500-999

3 Number of communities that report decreased mortality rates of children under age 5 and mothers Public records Every six months 100-499

Committee Members

No Name Club Role

1 Hakan ORAL Kastamonu Primary Contact

1 Murat AYDOĞAN Kastamonu Secondary Contact

2 Erkan AKIN Kastamonu Secondary Contact

3 Ali SARI Kastamonu Secondary Contact

ROTARIAN PARTICIPATION

Describe the role of the host Rotarians in this activity and list their specific responsibilities.

Management of the project, assembling, control and running of the machinery, finding the subcontractor company that will establish the chlorination units will be accomplished by the committee members of Kastamonu Rotary Club. Chlorination units and equipment procurement and assembling will be guided by committee the chair of which is Hakan ORAL. Murat AYDOĞAN will check whether the units are operating correctly. Educational organization will be supervised by Erkan AKIN. Erkan AKIN will find doctors for education. And finally, financial issues will be under supervision by Zeynel ÇERÇİLER, who is also accountant of Kastamonu Rotary Club.

Primary Host Partner

District: 2430

Rotary Club of: Kastamonu

Primary Contact: Onur Bahçecioğlu

Email: onur.bahcecioglu@gmail.com

Primary International Partner

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Project Status

Need $30,967
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Project listed for the 2020-21 Rotary Year.

Proposed Financing

Existing Contributions Towards This Project

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Remaining Amount to Raise

Additional Club Contribution (Needed) - Add a contribution

$30,967

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$30,967

Amount Requested from The Rotary Foundation

$15,483

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$15,483

Total

$46,450

Note: as of July 1, 2015 there is a 5% additional support fee for cash contributions. This fee does not appear in the financials above because it does not apply if the funds are sent directly to the project account (without going through TRF, and therefore without Paul Harris credit). Clubs sending their cash contribution to TRF must be aware they will have to send an additional 5%.

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15-Dec-19

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