Clean water for schools
Many schools in Northeast Thailand have inadequate treatment facilities for rainwater, ground water and lake water, which can be very unclean or contaminated. We aim to contribute 75% of the cost of around £2,000, and expect the school to raise the remaining 25%.
May 2012 - May 2013
Charity information: Anglo-Thai Foundation
Government funding for schools in Northeast Thailand is often insufficient for them to afford satisfactory water treatment facilities.
We contribute 75% of the £2,000 cost of a modern treatment installation, and expect the school to raise the remaining 25%.
To provide safe drinking and washing water for primary and secondary schoolchildren.
Activities» By providing 75% of the cost of a modern water treatment plant.
What success will look like
Success will be completion of the installation of the plant. The resulting health benefits will be evident over time.
Children will enjoy better health in their adult life. Annual inspections by the Foundation check that the facilities are being used properly.
Trustworthy installers are needed. We rely on the judgement of our Hon. Director in Thailand.
We will write when the grant is given, when it is completed, and an annual newsletter on the Foundation's work will be sent.
Budget - Project Cost: £1,500Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £1,500 Cost of plant Administration is by unpaid volunteers
We operate in 4 of the 19 provinces of Northeast Thailand.
The schoolchildren, who will have a much healthier future.
Government grants to schools are often insufficient to cover this necessity.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Ajahn Surapong Wechapan
Hon. Director for Thailand. Together with trustees he inspects schools annually to establish need. He rigorously vets budgets.