APLV Final Report to the Ann Campana Judge Foundation: WatSan Project for Boca de Poteca, Nicaragua
APLV Final Report to the Ann Campana Judge Foundation: WatSan Project for Boca de Poteca, Nicaragua.
The NGO Agua Para La Vida recently sent the Ann Campana Judge Foundation (ACJF) a final report for a project it partially supported: Water Supply and Sanitation Project for the community of Boca de Poteca, Municipality of Wiwilí Nueva Segovia, Nicaragua.
Executive Summary This report documents the successful completion of the project Water Supply and Sanitation Project for the Community of Boca de Poteca, Municipality of Wiwilí Nueva Segovia, Nicaragua.
This project was implemented by Agua Para La Vida Nicaragua (APLVN) and the community of Boca de Poteca, who worked hand-in-hand over the 5 month period, from April 1st to August 9th of 2016.
The total budget of U$75,087 was funded by multiple donors as shown below: Donor Total % Ann Campana Judge Foundation
13.3% Community of Boca de Poteca
Each family contributed 45 days of work to earn their right to the water supply service and the following components of the project were successfully completed: construction of 40 latrines protection and reforestation of 0.69 hectares of land around the water source On project completion, the project activities were 100% implemented and everything was set in place in order to ensure the long-term sustainability of the project.
ETAP, created in 1996, has a rigorous, 2-year curriculum to train young Nicaraguan men and women to become potable water technicians.
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