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Hydrophilanthropy: What Can YOU Do? NGWA 10th Annual Groundwater SummitDenver, CO – 6 May 2014Michael E. CampanaCollege of Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Sci.Oregon State UniversityFounder, Ann Campana Judge Foundationwww.acjfoundation.org“The road to help is paved with good intentions.”-- Tracy Baker
Why is that woman smiling? She’s got a job!
Requirements:must be able to balance 45 pounds on your head while trekking rocky dirt roads for miles.
Hours:up to 8 hours a day
Only women & children (girls) need apply!
(courtesy Ray Newmyer)
Hydrophilanthropy - 1Term coined by David Kreamer of UNLV around 2005. Never really defined it. [See DK’s article ‘The Meaning of Hydrophilanthropy’ in September 2010Water Resources IMPACT]
Hydrophilanthropy -2 Definition:Altruistic concern for the water, sanitation, and related needs of humankind, often manifested by contributions of work, money, orresources.-- M. Campana
Hydrophilanthropy - 4 Alternate definition:“I can’t define hydrophilanthropy, but I know it when I see it.”-– M. Campana (apologies to former Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart)
Hydrophilanthropy Readings1)September 2010Water Resources IMPACT(http://bit.ly/9ColgZ)2) August 2010 J. of. Contemporary Water Research & Education (JCWRE) (http://is.gd/w1VrvK)3) Editorial in Water Well Journal November 2013, p. 8 - http://is.gd/kSSQkA
“There are probably more annoying things than being hectored about African development by a wealthy Irish rock star in a cowboy hat, but I can’t think of one at the moment.”– Paul Theroux, referring to Paul Hewson (aka Bono), The Honolulu Advertiser, 8 January 2006
25 gpm) and one dry hole (< 1 gpm)
with locals; made coordination and
canceled because of dangerous
conditions (Plan Colombia)
Alex del Cid Vásquez, “el jefe de agua”
Five villages located in the Sierra de Omoa, a rugged mountain range ~30 km NW of San Pedro Sula
Climate: Warm and humid with distinct wet and dry seasons. Average annual rainfall of 250 cm (~100 inches)
According to my Honduran friends:
So why work there?
It’s a challenge!
Pipe cutting and threading mountain range ~30 km NW of San Pedro Sula
Hydrophilanthropy: mountain range ~30 km NW of San Pedro SulaMistakes Made, Lessons Learned & Learning from Failure“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go with others.” – African proverb
Admitting Failure mountain range ~30 km NW of San Pedro Sula WWW site – EWB-Canadahttp://www.admittingfailure.com/“Learning from what’s not working. Creating space for what is.”
Hydrogeologists Without Borders
Lifewater and Living Water
www.lifewater.org and www.water.cc
Engineers Without Borders
Engineers In Action
Rotary Clubs (Rotary International)
Water For People - World Water Corps
VITA – Volunteers In Technical Assistance
NGWA Developing Nations Interest Group Forum
Final Thought mountain range ~30 km NW of San Pedro Sula“I really envy you guys. You have the power to keep people from getting sick. By the time I’m called, it’s really too late.”-- A medical doctor, talking to some volunteer water professionals, c. 2000
1) Dean Kamen Tackles the Water Crisis
2) Crapping on the ‘Gates Toilet’
3) Have PlayPumps Played Out?
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And thanks to Mary Frances Campana for 20+ years of love, encouragement, and support!
"We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give.” – Winston Churchill