Final
Report


Grant
Application

D-2464

   Philippines - Tarlac City

Water Purifier To Schools

$18,149

The existing eighty-six (86) Public Elementary Schools in Tarlac City, Philippines have been selected to receive two (2) units of microbiological water purifiers to each Public Elementary School because these indigent children attending these schools do not have access to safe drinking water. Drinking impure water induces many diseases and causes great hardship, especially to the young children. Diarrhea, vomiting, cholera, skin diseases etc., are few of the diseases caused by drinking impure water.

The microbiological water purifier does not require electricity and uses ultra-filtration (hollow-fiber) membrane to remove bacteria & disease causing organisms from the water. Each microbiological water purifier can filter up to 18,000 liters of water, and has an easy to clean pre-filter & purification cartridge for continued effectiveness.

This is a sincere attempt by the ROTARY CLUB OF CENTRAL TARLAC together with its international partner to reduce the water related disease that occurs in Tarlac City, Philippines by providing two (2) microbiological water purifiers to each public elementary school in order to help approx. 40,000 indigent school children to access safe drinking water.

Primary Host Partner in the Project Country

Club: Central Tarlac, Philippines

District: 3790

Primary Contact: Marveluz M. Baluyot

Email: marveluzbaluyot@yahoo.com

Check all projects from: [District 3790] [Central Tarlac, Philippines Rotary Club] [Marveluz M. Baluyot]

Primary International Partner Outside the Project Country

Club: Yeoncheon, South Korea

District: 3690

Primary Contact: Im Se-kyu

Email: wuh1113@nate.com

Check all projects from: [District 3690] [Yeoncheon, South Korea Rotary Club] [Im Se-kyu]

Proposed Financing

Primary Host Sponsor Rotary Club/District

Rotary Club of Central Tarlac, Philippines

$100

District 3790 DDF

$4,500

Primary International Sponsor Rotary Club/District

Rotary Club of Yeoncheon, South Korea

$2,000

District 3690 DDF

$3,000

Amount requested from the Rotary Foundation

$8,550

Total

$18,149

Status and Progress Information

Approved

This project has been approved by the Rotary Foundation. The parties are sending the money and the project is being implemented. Project listed for the 2012-13 Rotary Year.

The Matching Grant application number from TRF is #78927.

The TRF Staff in charge of this grant is Janna Glucksman (janna.glucksman@rotary.org).

<7-Feb-13> System Entry
Creation of project page.

<2-Apr-13> System Entry
Grant paperwork sent to The Rotary Foundation.

<2-Apr-13> System Entry
TRF Grant Number assigned: 78,927.

<5-Sep-13> System Entry
Grant approved by The Rotary Foundation.