In 2017 Disaster Aid Director John O'Reilly visited the Philippines to check on Disaster Aid Australia SkyHydrant Projects.
These installations are carried out in conjunction with our local partner Balay Mindanaw.
Interviews with members of the communities reinforced how deeply they appreciated the Safe Water that resulted from the SkyHydrants.
Do these children deserve Safe Water?
Currently these children and thousands like them have to rely on water that is either unsafe or expensive.
Sometimes it comes from contaminated wells and bores.
Sometimes the schools buy in water. . . . but it means less money for books and other teaching aids.
Disaster Aid is planning to do something about this in the Camarines Sur region of the Philippines.
We are ready to start a project to install SkyHydrants in 17 schools in conjunction with the Rotary Clubs of Naga, and Goa-Partido in the Philippines.
If you would like to help us provide 'Safe Water for Every Child' then you, your club, or organisation could sponsor a SkyHydrant at one of the schools for $5,000.
Will you help us?