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ASDSW 2015 Annual Report

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“A Single Drop for Safe Water inc. works with UN or Overseas Development Agencies, Local Governments, International NGO’s, Faith Based Agencies and Corporations, implementing development programs and projects.

Dollar Account
Account Name     :     A SINGLE DROP FOR SAFE WATER, INC.
Account Number  :     577666600013
Bank Name           :     Philippine National Bank
Branch Name       :     PNB – PUERTO PRINCESA

Peso Account
Account Name     :     A SINGLE DROP FOR SAFE WATER, INC.
Account Number  :     222917600119
Bank Name          :     Philippine National Bank
Branch Name       :     PNB – PUERTO PRINCESA

Donations received will be used to:

  • Cover operational costs of ASDSW.
  • Larger donations can be used for direct impact ie. infrastructure development, training materials, and capacity development leveraging existing projects/programs.
  • For donors looking to develop stand alone projects or programs please contact Kevin Lee, Executive Director klee@singledrop.org

In cases of Humanitarian Response all donations will be used for supply of goods and services for response and early recovery through the efforts of the Humanitarian Response Consortium.

For all donations please use the bank accounts listed above and email klee@singledrop.org so we can acknowledge your donation and advise you on what it will be used for.

LE POISSON ROUGE GROUP NYC, LLC, aids WaSH improvement in Schools in Capiz

 In the few weeks after Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines LE POISSON ROUGE GROUP NYC, LLC, raised $11,175 for the relief of survivors.  ASDSW was involved in the initial phase of the response with large International NGOs as a sub-contractor, but because of the large amounts of money flooding the area through these INGOs we made a strategic decision to reduce our response and move into rehabilitation.  By leveraging this money with a large grant from UNICEF ASDSW invested in improving the water and sanitation in schools in affected schools in the province of Capiz.

Handwashing Facility constructed at Quevedo Elementary School

Handwashing Facility constructed at Quevedo Elementary School

A total of 11,347 students were impacted with improved toilets, water supplies or handwashing facilities. All the money raised was spent purely on materials and skilled labor to complete the work.  Supervision and overhead was covered by other funding.  Though this impact was not immediate as was envisioned by the donors it has provided a lasting impact for children in the province of Capiz.

Rainwater collector installed at Justice Jose Hontiveros Elementary School

Rainwater collector installed at Justice Jose Hontiveros Elementary School

The US$ donation received by ASDSW was used as its counterpart to the UNICEF fund in the implementation of the WaSH in school component of the project. The budget was used to implement WaSH projects in the fifty (50) selected Elementary Schools and ten (10) Primary Schools.

Altogether, this assistance benefited a total of 11,347 elementary students and helped the school attain a 1-star status which is the availability of a functional toilet facility in a ratio of not more than 1:100, availability of soap and water at or near the toilet and daily supervised group hygiene activity.

Handwashing facility constructed at Balighot elementary School

Handwashing facility constructed at Balighot elementary School

Electric pump installed at Lapaz elementary School

Electric pump installed at Lapaz elementary School

 

 


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