Clean Water for Everyone Project in Mustang, Nepal
The project will be executed in a small village named Mustang, in the Mountains of Nepal. As a result of poor government facilitation and tough land topography, people there do not have easy access to water. They have to commute several miles to the river on foot to get water. Even the school does not have access to water.
The school which is a learning temple to about 60 students and the whole village of population about 1,000 is in extreme need of clean drinking water. Thus, the goal of this project is to build a tap at the school and at the community center of the village, so the villagers and the students can get access to drinking water rather than walking several miles just to get water.
This particular village is the center for 11 neighboring villages and a route for people whom visit Mustang for several reasons. So, if a tap is built in a school and in a community center this may impact 60 students, 1,000 village residents, and 1,000 outsiders which will total in serving clean drinking water to about 2,060 people approximately. The project will cost approximately $3000 which will include all the cost including labor cost and supplies.
Because of poor government facilitation and tough land topography, people there do not have easy access to water. They have to commute several miles to the river on foot to get water. Even the school does not have access to water. This project will provide clean water closer to their home, thus saving lots of time and effort. The improvement in the tap structure and the water connecting system through pipeline connecting the river and the village will be targeted. It will impact the economy, the status, integrity, and the 2,060 people associated with it.