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Hungua Primary School

A project designed and structured to ensure a real redevelopment school,of both training provision and facilities and the currently unsuitable sanitary conditions . Thanks to a Conversion Tecnology the air will be transformed into water. Students and school staff will have direct access to drinking water.
The installation of eco-friendly latrines will allow better conditions for teaching. The provision of computer labs and specific training hours not only for students but to breed new teaching staff pledging a continuity of the project long-dated. A structured and effective format that will become a dual model of eco-sustainability and self-sustaining.

Budget allocated

$ (USD) 300000

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Realization phases

STEP ONE

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This first phase of the project foresees a careful analysis of the environmental conditions, aimed at a classification of the criticalities on the intervention site. We will then, with the help of our partner KAZUBA to the installation of new latrines, in order to start a process of sanitization and improvement of hygienic and living conditions within the school complex.

STEP TWO

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This second phase, aimed at raising the degree of education and future potentials given to students, provides for the creation of a computer lab with hardware and software dedicated to learning and training in all grades of education.

STEP THREE

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The third phase is mainly focused on the improvement of living conditions and health prevention within the area.
Thanks to the technology developed by our partner SEAS, we will provide the installation of an integrated system for the production of water from the air (sanitary water, drinking water, all-purpose water).

Partners who collaborated on the project

NRCS – Namibia Red Cross Society

Societe de l’eau Aerienne Suisse SA

Sarl Kazuba

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