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“Children’s Safe Water Alliance” Alianza del Agua Sana Para Los Niños. Rotary District 4060 Dominican Republic. Problem – Water Quality. Internal Intervention Process. Seeding education yields acceptance and improved health. CSW Projects Dominican Republic & Haiti 14,800 Filters installed.

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children s safe water alliance alianza del agua sana para los ni os
“Children’s Safe Water Alliance”Alianza del Agua Sana Para Los Niños

Rotary District 4060Dominican Republic

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Internal Intervention Process

Seeding education yields acceptance and improved health

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CSW Projects

Dominican Republic & Haiti

14,800 Filters installed

TRF Grant

2,000 HydraAid

2008

observations
Observations
  • Effective Technologies Exist
  • Once Accepted People Love Filters
  • Perceived Value – Before & After
  • Poor Consumer Demand
  • Wide Spread Skepticism
demand water quality perceptions
Demand & Water Quality Perceptions
  • Demand not predicated by scientific evidence
  • Water quality is not a high priority with many
  • Threshold to pay increases with education
  • People are skeptical of snake oil salesmen
  • Customers favor choice and selection
road map to success

Road Map to Success

Legitimize Point of Use Technologies

Must have international scientific community work in conjunction with governments to accept and certify usage. The children of the world do not have the luxury of waiting for silver bullets.

Create Demand

Large scale concerted efforts to educate the worlds population as to the water problem. Social and commercial “marketing” of household water treatment technologies. Technology must be pulled through rather than pushed down.

Simultaneous Supply & Access

Ethically, as demand is created affordable technology must be provided. Developing manufacturing & distribution pipelines of water improvement technologies. Continue research and development of current and future technologies.

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Everybody Has a Roll to Play

Governments

International Health

&

Scientific

Community

National Safe Water Alliance

Project Implementers

POPULATION

Funding

Sources

Private & Public

Distributors

Manufacturers

csw alliance contributors
CSW Alliance Contributors

The Rotary Foundation

Rotary Districts * Clubs * Rotarians

  • 4060 5280 5360 5370 5450 5890 6290 6360 6380
  • 6400 6990 7010 7020 7070 7080 7780 7810 7930

Add Your Light Foundation

Association of BioSand Manufacturers – Dominican Republic

Canadian Embassy- Santo Domingo

Clinton Foundation

Columbia University

FUNDASEP

FUNDASUR

International Aid

Manz Water

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

MIR Foundation

Peace Corps – Dominican Republic

Project Las Americas

Solid Rock Missions

Thirsting To Serve

University of North Carolina

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Bring Hope to Children

“Marisol’s life has been transformed, which began with clean water. Today she goes to school and dreams of a future”

Bob Hildreth

Project Las Americas

[email protected]

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