This project will reconstruct and maintain a clean drinking water supply for 75 families living in Mulpani village, Kathmandu District, Nepal. The water supply is located in a public place where people come and get drinking water and wash clothing. This is also a place for women to share their problems and concerns with friends and a place for socializing.
Current Situation: The existing water supply was damaged during the earthquake in April/May 2015. The pipe which supplies water needs replacement. Ongoing maintenance of the water source is also necessary which will include installation of a filtration system and water storage tank. A water tap needs to be configured in such a way where everybody can use it.
This project will be managed by Rotarian Sudip Koirala, Present Elect Nominee of the Rotary Club of Rudramati, Kathmandu in Rotary International District 3292 Nepal and Bhutan. Our Rotary Club of Fort Collins, After Work, has worked with Sudip since 2009 and have successfully completed over 40 projects with Sudip in Nepal. Sudip is very conscientious and always completes these projects. This project, selected by Sudip, will provide clean and safe drinking water to a small village that suffered damage from the devastating 2015 earthquake. Rotaractors Ganesh Khatri and Tara Guragain will assist in completing this project.