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  1. BIOSAND FILTERS PROYECT

  2. MISSION • Filters for 5,000 families in 160 poor communities of Lurigancho, Chosica; one per family of 10 equals 50,000 people, mostly children, who will benefit from clean water consumed from ‘Rimac’ river, the most contaminated in the world (Sanitation). • Filtering systems: Sodis, inexpensive plastic bottles exposed to sun, Industrial Plants, demand significant investment, Biosand water filters, best solution chosen by communities after Rotary Clubs board approval, Municipality, CAWST and EDES technical evaluations. • MISSION: IMPROVE quality of life for 5,000 families. Empower, Train, Guarantee project sustainability, teaching hygiene, construction & filters maintenance, through Community leader Mother Promoters.

  3. INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS – BSF FILTERS (Page 1 of 2) December 15, 2010 RC Intl PartnerAmountFiltersIntl ContactMG/DSG/DAG/ClubClubCommunitiesStart/Complet 1 Urban Harvest 7,500 75 Urban Harvest/CIP Henry Juarez/Edes 27 Junio,LinderoMteBajo Jun07-July08 2 ProjectLink 2,000 20 ProjectLink WO 56626 Michael BetzLimaSunris AsociaciónProHogarBnsAires Nov 2008 3 Holmen I, WI 25,000 250 Dean McHugh MG 66806 SanPedroSanPabloVillaEspza Sep08-feb09 4 Holmen II, WI 6,000 48 Dean McHugh DSG 66035 Las Brisas de Carapongo Apr-Jun 2009 5 Glenora Ed, Can 800 C$1000 7 Miranda Wemyss Club/Club (projector) Las Brisas de Carapongo Apr-Jun 2009 6 OSU I Rotaract 3,500 28 Michelle Sheridan Club/Club,Rotaract D4450 Las Brisas de Carapongo Apr-Jun 2009 7 Portage AM, Mich 75Ceramic 3 Ingibjorg Wilson Club/Club, ProjectLink Las Brisas de Carapongo Apr-Jun 2009 8 Gibson I,BC, Can 17,303 158 Daniel Tardif DSG 69079 Comp Feb SanAntonioPedregal II Zona Nov09-Jan10 9 HolmenIII MtPelierVT 11,990 109 AFlies/BPinchbeck DSG 70132 BillJoanieAp8 Bosque Concordia Comi 30 Feb-Apr 2010 10 Greenwich I, CT 7,480+Clinic 68 Linda Baulsir DAG 70117-07Clinic SAnita Bosque Concordia Comt5A Mar-Apr 2010 11 Wakefield,RhodeIsland 15,000 136 Lorreine Horton DSG70889 SanBorjaNorte SanAntonio,Cmt23/24/26/31/32Dec 2010 12 Boice,Idaho 100plastic 1 Melissa Waymouth Donated to test plastic Corpam Nov 2010 13 UDist/Belle-$8600,79filtrs5,680 52 Kay Rodriguez Club/Club,Dental PbloLbre SanAntonio/BosqueConcordia Oct 2010 14 OSU II Rotaract 770 7 Katie Cardaman Club/ClubRotarCDavila ““ “ “ 15 Wilmete,Evanston,Thruman 1,650 15 AmandaDixon/BoorkThurman Club/ClubRotarCDavila “ “ “ “ 16 Des Moines,($500 x % MG RCLMV 500+500 5 Mark Rusnak Club/Club,RCLMV “ “ “ “ 17 NewTampaEv, FL 11,500+500laptop 105 Jose Martinez DSG, 72904 18 Bettendorf,Iowa 12,430 113 Lee Semenow DSG 72407 19 CastrovillariD2100,Italy 10,000 91 Luciano Placco DSG 72428 SanAntonioBosqueConcordia Nov 2010 20 TintonFalls +10 clubs 23,024 209 DavidLegg/JPerry DSG72814 21 RockyMtHose,Alb,Can 25,799.03 235 Shiela Scrutton DSG72917 22 HolmenIV-$37700/343filtrs: 16,147 147 AdamFleisDMcHugh MG73427 Waiting 23 Miami FL 11,550 105 Marcos Menendez completion first 24 LakewoodRanchI,D6960 10,000 91 Ron Mayers of 5 MG’s process 25 GrenwichII,CT 8,000+3000=1000 73 Linda BaulsirDieter DAG appl in process Bosque Concordia 26 Guilford, CT 8,000+520toys 73 Donald Boechler DAG.BillPinchbeck 27RanchoCordova,Interact 1,000 9 JoeScheimerD5180 Club/Club 28GraniteBay,Sacram,Cal 550 5 Ken Marti Club/Club,VisitPeruAp 29 Sta Cruz,Cal Brian Russ TriedShiela&Salinas 30 Eagan,Minnesota TerryCreeganD5950 JuanRicAmayo 31 MtHol/TrinFalNJ+clubs 56,770 516 MarkDeans/DaviLeg Los Alamos.LeslieP 32 Lebanon OH,Ndakota+ 51,275 466 JimPerry/BRickendhl RIMAC,Luis Lozano 33 LakewoodRanchII,FL 40.150 365 Ron Mayers LIMA,Nelly Gustini SUB TOTAL $ 389,903.03 3,595 Filters 3

  4. INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS – BSF FILTERS Projectsfor 2011/12 (Page 2 of 2) December 15 2,010 RC Intl PartnerAmountFiltersIntl ContactMG/DSG/DAG/ClubClubCommunitiesStart/Complet 34 NorthShoreVancouverCan Daniel Tardif(ExGigson) 35 Lakewood Ranch III,FL Ron Mayers 36 North Bay, Cal Sandra Hage WCS 37 BettendorfII,Iowa Lee Somenow 38 Salinas,Cal Young Koh 39 Kohler, WI ChrisMagners,ClarityCare,OshWi 40 Seattle4,WA Danner Graves 41StennisSpaaeCenter,MS Rick Kren 42 CalgarySouth, Can Bob Wiens 43 DesMoinesSea,WA Mark RusnakISC 44 LancasterWest,CalDiene Grooms 45 Minden, Nevada JohnCarne/AlFunken 46 Canada Nancy Beal 47 Rhode Island Jack Ryan 48 WReadingWyomissing Mark Meola 49 UniDistSeaWADSpicer/Kay Rod 50 Ambler, Penn PedroGeraldino 51 VeroBeachSunrise Tom Wake 52 ArdenArcade,SacramSyd Bartlett 53 SwedishFrshipExchIngveAnderberg 54 CampinasSaoPaulo,Brasil Augusto Scorza =============================================================================================== GRAND TOTAL $ Filters ===================================================== LEGEND :MG= Matching Grant (matched by TRF) - DSG = District Simplified Grant,DAG= District Administered Grant - Club/Club =Cash

  5. BSF Project Location Lurigancho/Chosica District, Lima, PERU San Antonio de Pedregal BSF=151 Bosque Concordia BSF=68 Buenos Aires BSF=20 Comité de trabajo 30, 30a, 32a, 31a & 35a BSF=109 San Pedro y San Pablo BSF=80 Villa de la Esperanza BSF=170 27 de Junio & Lindero Bajo BSF=60 Brisas de Carapongo BSF=85

  6. Water Distribution Channels • Wells & containers store water, 20 mt (65 ft) from river, carried, drained underground to homes. • Inland homes buy trucked water from polluted river. • Water contaminated worms bacteria, parasites, others. • BSF filters water in homes, used for cleaning, cooking, domestic chores. • Result cleaner water, less children deceases and better quality of life.

  7. Community ‘27 de Junio’ Homes located 30 ft from Rimac river

  8. FILTER TECHNOLOGY • Designed by Calgary University, Canada • Technical Support: CAWST: cawst.org • NGO paid contracted project executor EDES: edesperu.org • Financed: Rotary Intl. International Partners • General Coordination: Rotary Club La Molina Vieja,D4450,Lima Peru

  9. Biological layer layer SIMPLE & INEXEPENSIVE TO OPERATE (3) Sand layers

  10. COMPONENTS 1. LID Prevents dirt and impurities from entering the filter 2. DIFFUSER PLATE Protects biological layer when water is poured in 7. EXIT TUBE Passes filtered water to exterior container. 3. Biological layer SchmutzdeckeKeeps biological filter layer system alive,2 inch (5 cmts) 5. COARSE SAND Keeps fine sand separate from gravel 4. FINE SAND Physicalfiltrationretains bacteria and contaminants. 6. GRAVEL (grinded stone) Helps the flow of water toward exit tube to outside deposit.

  11. Howitworks • Eliminates micro organisms Biologically: DepredationandMechanically: Absortion,Natural death (lack of oxigen/food) and Mechanical trap (waste trapped by thin, thick sand and gravel). • Weight:72 kl(159 lb) empty, 160 kl(353 lb) full. Measures1.22 mt(3.5 ft) Height, 42 ctm (1.2 ft) each of the four sides. • Filters water from rivers, springs, lakes, rain, wells, tanks (water not treated). • Does not filter deluted particles like salt water. . Depredation Absortion Natural death Mechanical trap

  12. Characteristics • Produces clean water for a family of 10 to 15 per household • 40/60 lts (10/13 gals) water/day • Need to pour in 2 or 3 - 20 liter (5.3 gal) buckets water per day. • No need to change sand or water; to clean simple remove filth with a spoon or by hand. • Filter needs 2/3 periods of min 6 hour rest every day. • Can’t be move after installed, disturbes biological layer. • Can’t filter potable water; chemicals kill parasites that feed ‘biological layer’ (schmutzdecke). • If moved, must reinstall and wait three weeks before drink. • Water flow inside 0.6 lts/minute (0.15 gal/min) controls quality. • No need for electricity, spare parts, or costly maintenance expenses. • Filter life expectancy over 30 years, 16 proven in Nicaragua

  13. COMMUNTY EMPOWERMENT • Training most important part of project; residents learn how to improve their quality of life, health, hygiene norms, adopt ownership, sustainability & pride • Filter technology transfer, Edes spends 4/9 months, full time depending number of filters, at each community. Local residents build, classify, wash sand, install & maintain filters. • CAWST trained EDES and Rotarians on different filtering options, which vary according to water quality, use & location.

  14. Project implementation process • Evaluation: Contact Municipal and Health Authorities. Census homes, select ‘Promotoras’ mother leaders. • Training: Empower Promoters and entire Communities: hygienic norms, filter maintenance and use to guarantee project sustainability. • Technology Transfer: Build and teach community labor, how to build & install filters at each home. • Install & caliber filters: Water tests before & after, transport material & filters from building place to homes. Prepare manuals and instructions. • Inauguration & delivery ceremonies: Attended by Rotarians, local and many times International sponsors. • Host international visitors: arrange logistics when visiting projects.

  15. International Participation • International sponsors often visit Peru to share community gratitude and feel rotary. • ProjectLink and International Sponsors excellent reference to finance new projects. • RI Broadcast Team made a video showed at the Montreal Convention,other publications http://vimeo.com Rotary Convention 2010, healthy communities http://www.facebook.com /AguaLimpiaParaPeru All BSF projects

  16. International Pertnership

  17. Host Club Participation • Difficult driving roads lead to communities where contracted NGO Edes staff works full time during project implementation. • Host club participates, as needed in training, community selection and special events. Weekends and holiday bring toys, food and provide free medical and aye care services. • With RC Greenwich, we are donating medical equipment for Clinics near communities receiving filters.

  18. RESULTS • Lab test before and after. 99% BACTERIA elimination: fecal heses COLIFORMS, PROTOZOIDS & HELMINTOS. • Less children diarrheas, cleaner water and better quality of life = 0-10 CFU WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION - WHO E. coli Present (CFU/100 mil)Risk 0 - 10 Reasonable 11 - 100 Polluted 101 - 1,000 Dangerous 1,000 - + + Very Dangerous CFU = ColonyFormingUnits

  19. Cost per filter $110 EDES Quotation, December 2009 30% direct filter cost - 70% implementation and training • CONSTRUCTION: Materials: Sand, concrete, lids, hoses, diffusers, oil, stickers, paint, base paint, brushes, sand paper, water for construction, plastic bags, prorated cost of molds and tools. • PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION AND TRAINING: Filters transportation and installation at each home. Water lab tests, pre and post filtration. Maintain detailed expense documentation for final report to Clubs and TRF. Teach families hygienic norms, maintenance, installation and water filtering alternatives. Homes selection and evaluation. Train Mother Promoters, team leaders and get project family commitment. For each project, Edes hires during the 4 to 9 month each project takes: Administrator, Social Worker, Field Technician & 4 workers selected from communities receiving filters, one experienced from previous site. • Peruvian Clubs assume direct project responsibility and supervision over NGO executor Edes and Communities. We maintain constant contact with Communities, International partners and submit final reports to sponsor clubs or TRF, as required.

  20. ROTARY FINANCING ALTERNATIVES Club to Club • Peruvian Club contributes 5% of cost and assumes full responsibility for project execution: Contribution Peruvian club 5% US $ 125 Contribution International club 95% $ 2,375 23 filters @ $ 110 each = $ 2,500 • Project executed by local NGO, EDES, trained by CAWST, with participation of community leader, using labor force from communities to accomplish technology transfer and project sustainability.

  21. Matching Grants TRF MATCH: 1 to 1 from Districts & 1 to 0.50 from Clubs • PERUVIAN CLUB/DISTRICT LFRTOTAL Club 100 50 150 District 0 0 0 • INTERNATIONAL SPONSORS: Club 5,000 2,500 7,500 District 2,500 2,5005,000 • TOTAL 7,600 *5,050 $ 12,650 $12,650 covers 115 filtes at $110 each Types of Matching Grants: NON COMPETITIVE: TRF match min*$5,000, max $ 25,000 Approval any time between July 1 until March 31 COMPETITIVE: TRF match $25,000 to $150,000 Approved at Trustees meeting twice a year: Received Aug 1, Approved October - Received Dec 15, Approved April

  22. Combined Matching Grant Tinton Falls leader • PERUVIAN CLUB/DISTRICT LFRTOTAL RC LMV 100 50 150 District 4450 • INTERNATIONAL SPONSORS RC Tinton Falls 1,100 RC Red Bank 1,000 RC Asbury Park 500 RC Hazlet 250 RC Matawan 1,000 RC Freehold 500 4,350 4,450 2,275 6,725 District 7500 7,2797,27914,558 TOTAL 11,829 9,604 $ 21,433 TRF encourages Combined MG’s cost and administration advantages

  23. District Administered Grant (DAG) and TRF Future Vision DAG Uses District Foundations, preferred by sponsors who opt for direct control. Disadvantage, No TRF match. Administered by Intl Districts under TRF rules. Each intl district has its own forms and rules. TRFFuture Vision Starts July 1, 2013.Covers6 areas: Peace, Decease prevention, Water and sanitation, Maternal and child health, Education & Economic community development: DISTRICT: Similar District Simplified Grants (DSG). Minimum project $30,000. Financed by TRF and 50% DDF. Administered by local Districts, not TRF. GLOBAL: Larger projects of higher impact. Financed by TRF and Strategic Cooperating Organizations. *Pilot Future Vision, can’t partner with non pilots, but can do projects , Club to Club or DAG.

  24. ROTARY INTERNATIONAL - LA FUNDACION ROTARIA • Rotary International (RI) • Presidente: Ray Klingesmith, VP, Tesorero, Secretario (Ed Futa) y 15 Directores, elegidos cada tres años, intercalados. • Atiende carencias mundiales, usa objetivos filosóficos con 5: • AVENIDAS DE SERVICIO • En el Club • En la Ocupación • En la Comunidad • Internacional • Nuevas Generaciones La Fundación Rotaria (LFR) Corporación financiera independiente afiliada a RI, fundada Arch Klump 1917 con $27. Presidente, Wilfried Wilkinson, 12 Fideicomisarios. Financia programas Educativos Humanitarios y Culturales. Mas $1,500 millones invertidos en aliviar carencias mundiales . D4450 recibe anualmente $700 mil en SC´s con un aporte promedio de $20 mil al año: Nuestras contribuciones son esenciales para continuar labor humanitaria. En el futuro, clubes que no aporten no podrán acceder a Subvenciones Compartidas. Cada Rotario Cada Año=$100 ($2 semanales)

  25. Fundación Rotaria (LFR) CONTRIBUCION PERMANENTE INTERESES GENERADOS GARANTIZAN CONTINUIDAD, APORTAN GASTOS ADMINSITRATIVOS y PROGRAMAS RI TESTADOR, mas de $1,000 BENEFACTOR, mas de $10,000 CONTRIBUCION ANUAL TRIENAL: REVIERTE A DISTRITO APORTANTE, TRES ANOS DESPUES. Recon: Paul Harris PERMANENTE ANUAL 50% INTERESES FONDOS NO DESIGNADOS 50% INTERESES GASTOS ADMINSITRA 50% TRIENAL 50% FONDO DISTRITAL DESIGNADO (FDD) 50% 100% Donaciones Especiales 50% FONDO MUNDIAL (FM) Controlado por Distrito • DONACIONES ESPECIALES • Polio Plus y Alianzasestratégicas • Subvención Compartidaasíaprobada • Subvención 3H asíaprobada • Bill y Melinda Gates para Polio Recon: Paul Harris Controlado por Fidiusuarios • Sub Compartida, contribución Peruana • Sub Simplifica Distrital (20% de su FDD) • Becas Buena Voluntad (Universitarios) • Contribuciones para erradicar Polio • IGE, mejorar idioma y otros gastos. • IGE 4/5 jóvenes y leader rotario • 3H: Salud, Aliment y Humanit • Sub Compartida contrib LFR • Programa educativos Pro Paz • Subs Individuales y Voluntarios • Transporte, proyects finan SC. Contribución: Carlos O. Rioja, D4450 Lima, PERU

  26. Projects RC La Molina Vieja Mobil eye Clinic CORPAM Senior Care Center Pudenz’ Valves Shunts Wheel Chairs Orphan Train Shelter Box Ambulnces Dialysis machs. Medical and Dental equip. Mechanic soy milk cows Bridges Prosperity

  27. Shrines Hospital Children Orthopedic and Burn care Shrines Hospital Sacramento Sewerage systems Lamud Amazonas Ambulances Marina de Guerra CuerpoBomberos

  28. VI.LEMAS ROTARIOS I.- PRUEBA CUADRUPLE FOUR WAY TEST Guía para todo lo que hacemos, pensamos y decimos: 1.- ES LA VERDAD? VERDADIsittheTruth? 2.- ES EQUITATIVO PARA TODOS? EQUITATIVOIsitFairtoallconcern? 3.- CREARA BUENA VOLUNTAD y MEJORES AMISTADES? WillitbuildGoodwill and better AMISTADFrienship? 4.- ES DE BENEFICIO PARA TODOS?BENEFICIOpara todosWillitbe Beneficial toallconcern? II.- VOCACION DE SERVICIO SEAMOS ROTARIOS y NO SIMPLEMENTE SOCIOS ROTARIOS. SI NO VIVIMOS PARA SERVIR, NO SERVIMOS PARA VIVIR SE BENEFICIA MAS EL QUE MAS SIRVE, SERVIR HASTA QUE DUELA III. – LEMAS ROTARIOS SEMBREMOS LA SEMILLA DEL AMOR - UNA MANO SOLIDARIA - A CELEBRAR ROTARY SAW THE SEEDS OF LOVE - LEND A HAND - CELEBRATE ROTARY DAR DE SI ANTES DE PENSAR EN SI- SERVICE ABOVE SELF SEÑALEMOS EL RUMBO - LEAD THE WAY COMPARTAMOS ROTARY - ROTARY SHARES HAGAMOS LOS SUEÑOS REALIDAD-MAKE DREAMS REAL EL FUTURO DE ROTARY ESTA EN TUS MANOS - THE FUTURE OF ROTARY IS IN YOUR HANDS FORTALECER COMUNIDADES, UNIR CONTINENTES – BUILDING COMMUNITIES, BRIDGING CONTINENTS

  29. Carlos O. Rioja N. RC La Molina Vieja, TRF Chair District 4450, Lima, Peru Av. Javier Prado Este 318, Piso 7 San Isidro, Lima 27, PERU Tel: H 222 4833, Cell 994 372 107, Of. 431 9136 Cellwhile in theStates (920) 279 0035 Emails: crioja@amauta.rcp.net.pe carlosorioja@yahoo.com December 15, 2010 BuildingCommunitiesBridgingContinents