Blog: Sulawesi

Phase Two of Water Project Underway

Sulawesi Village, Indonesia

 

This has been an exciting quarter for Mawa Village. The long drought was a blessing in disguise as it gave the community time to finish phase one of the water project, constructing a tank at the spring source, without too much interference from high water levels.  After the committee encountered some minor community disputes, key people from the community stepped in to make sure that the water project would continue. 

 

Inspiring Others Through Hard Work

Inspiring Others Through Hard Work

Sulawesi, Indonesia

The Mawa community has moved into phase two of their water project! The excavation and tank at the source are finished, and now the community is working together to run pipes from the source into their village. Morale is high as rain has picked up after a long drought and their spring is now putting out plenty of water. The work is not done, but it is encouraging to see the community retain momentum after being tested by interpersonal conflict and lack of water.

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Digging for a Solution to Water Challenge

Sulawesi Village, Indonesia

 

This quarter, there was much progress on the water project, some positive signs regarding community ownership, and also some indicators that the community requires more Transformational Community Development (TCD) lessons.

 

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Taking Steps Toward Clean Water

Sulawesi, Indonesia

 

The Mawa community is making good progress on their ambitious project to bring water to their village in partnership with Global Hope Network International. The first phase is almost complete at the site where the spring structure for drawing up water through a pump is finished.  The next phase will be to build a water storage tank in the village and pipe the water into it from the spring. 

 

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Solving the Water Supply Issue

Sulawesi, Indonesia

 

The newly formed Mawa Transformational Community Development (TCD) committee met earlier this month to discuss their previous plans to solve the water supply problem in their village. After counting up the money that all of the families in the community had pitched in, they decided they had enough to begin their ambitious project. 

 

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Water is Essential for Life and Livelihood

Sulawesi Village, Indonesia

 

This quarter, after a Transformational Community Development (TCD) refresher training with Jeremy and the Polewali team, we were able to conduct a vision seminar over several weeks in Mawa, presenting TCD lessons in the community.  After this vision seminar, the community chose a committee to oversee the TCD program. 

 

Locally Funding a Water Storage Tank

Sulawesi, Indonesia

 

Choosing the Right Village

Sulawesi, Indonesia