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RAIN WATER COLLECTION PROJECT

Baan Dada Children’s Home and Community Services

This project aims to collect rainwater during rainy season for the use of the children’s home in Huay Malai Sangklaburi, Kanchanaburi, Thailand

Program Director: Ricardo Zoleta

Baan Dada Children’s Home and Community Services
In Coordination with the Neo-Humanist Foundation

P.O Box 49, Sangklaburi, Kanchanaburi, 71240, Thailand

Tel: 034-688-037
Cell: 083-310-6058
Email: dadaramakrishna@gmail.com
Website: www.baandada.org

Total Grant Requested:
Total Project Cost: - Thai Baht (U.S. $1,000 -)

Project Name: Rain Water collection Project

Statement of Problem:

Sangklaburi, a north western part of Thailand, has almost six months of rainy season. This is due to the lush rain forest near the borders of Burma. Currently, Baan Dada Children’s Home has no rain water collection system for residential consumption. The buildings of the children’s home itself has a big roofing to collect enough rain water for use but due to lack of fund we could not install such a system.

Project Scope and Approach:

The project aims to install roof gutters on three buildings of the children’s home, and collect this water in tanks. The installation of roof gutters are to be sub contracted and the installation of pipes, filter systems, and tanks will be handled by the children’s home project manager.

Requesting Organization: Neo-Humanist Foundation

Myanmar Cyclone Emergency - school uniforms distribution

Myanmar (Burma) was hit hard by cyclone Nargis on May 3, 2008. It was the worst natural disaster in East Asia since the tsunami of 2004. Most of the 25,000 known deaths occurred in the southern Irrawaddy river delta region. Unofficial estimates put the deaths at 100.000+.

Officials said the majority of people were killed by a tidal surge 12 ft (3.5m) high. Towns in the Irrawaddy delta were completely flooded and approximately 1,5 million people were made homeless. The old capital Rangoon was without electricity and received enormous damage to is infrastructure.


Our partner organization, AMURT, had volunteer teams on the ground and sent in overseas experts and coordinators. In the first phase distribution of food and medicine was AMURT's immediate priority. AMURT's tried and tested system of making assessment on a family by family basis effectively identified the most vulnerable sectors of the society.


Foundation Emanuele Antola granted a Microdonation to finance the distribution of school uniforms by AMURT to the children affected by the May 3rd, 2008 Cyclone in Myanmar (Burma).


Below is the letter received from the Project Manager.

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