This toolkit is developed in collaboration with its Originator with the purpose to enable as many people as possible to take action for water rights.
About the project
The water harvesting tank was developed by Fundación Plurales, under the program originally called Sed Cero. It enables communities to use locally sourced materials to build a rain harvesting tank to get access to clean water, for private and agriculture use.
KEY IMPACT PARAMETERS
Why this project matters, and who it is for
is perfect for you if… you live in an area affected by water scarcity or lack of water infrastructure.
In this toolkit you’ll find:
- Step-by-step guide
- Inputs to adapt this model to your community
- Key suggestions by the Originator
- Tips & tricks
- Technical and safety manuals
- Agreements to formalize partnerships
- Budgeting template
- Presentation template for fundraising
- Graphic materials.
More about the project
Many communities around the world lack stable access to clean water. By building a water harvesting tank locally with local materials a community can learn to manage resources and infrastructure collectively. A water harvesting tank can create access to clean water throughout the year or in times of drought when other sources of water are no longer available. Water is a precious resource globally but with this toolkit a community can maintain control over its resources and well being.
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How does it work:
Better water management leads to better access to rights – Sed Cero
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