The village of Djoum is located 415 km from Abidjan in Ivory Coast. The village had a well that is no longer in working order. They are now stocking up in a pond. This water is used for latrines but it is unsanitary for daily use (hydration, cooking, hygiene). The population travel 3 kilometers to stock up in a neighboring village. The recovered water is unfit for human consumption and causes many health disorders including diarrheal diseases, cholera, typhoid fever, …
It is in this context that the NGO Adia and the Safe Water Cube Endowment Fund have teamed up to harvest and install a Safe Water Cube fountain.
This project was funded with the financial support of Ouest Rayonnage.