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    Villagers of Jampaka are in need of water supply and sanitation - Villagers of Jampaka in North Buton District voiced again their need for clean water and latrines, after seeing their neighboring village of about 2 k...

     
     
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    Health Improvement


    Water borne diseases remain to make a chronic problem in many villages in Southeast Sulawesi as a result of consumption of water originated from rain, dirty well, river and cave. The most affected groups are women, children and the elders. The following are some implemented projects/activities under this program:
     

    Water Supply for Low Income Communities
    The project of water supply for low income communities has been implemented since 2005 in cooperation with Komitee Arzte fur die Dritte Welt (German Doctors). The project is not only intended to provide water to community but also to implement professional management in order to keep it self-help and sustainable. By using water meter, consumer's contribution is easily calculated and nobody make objection on the monthly payment. All the water systems implemented by IDRAP are now managed directly by local people. So far, 8 villages have been enjoing water supply facilitated by IDRAP. 8 other villages are now in construction phase. There are still many proposals from many isolated villages in South East Sulawesi to be materialized, but IDRAP can not cover all of them because of lack of fund available.
    Permanent Toilet for Poor Families
    It is same to water supply, the project of permanent toilet for the poor families has been implemented since 2005 in cooperation with Komitee Arzte fur die Dritte Welt (German Doctors). The project now already covers 9 villages in South East Sulawesi. 8 other villages are now in initialization phase. There are still many proposals from many isolated villages in South East Sulawesi to be materialized, but IDRAP can not cover all of them because of lack of fund available.