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Fulori collects ground water from an unprotected well outside her home. Villagers use the water collected for bathing and washing but it is not adequate for drinking.

Vatulele District School

Rotary Pacific Water first assessed the leakage situation, increased storage volume and installed a new pump that now distributes water to a raised storage tank

Jolami uses a tap connected to a 5000L storage tank and two sets of biosand filtration systems. Members of his community built the facility using materials from the Nalotawa riverbed.

Rara Village, Ba

A request for storage tanks was sent in 2014 by the Ba rural health office. A field assessment highlighted the need for water quality solutions as heavy rainfall was bringing muddy contaminated water.

RukuRuku Settlement, Ovalau

The school was experiencing water shortages due to leakages and a lack of storage capacity.

Four generations of family live in Cirisobu settlement which has a population of 56 people, including 22 children.

Cirisobu Settlement, Ba

A spring gravity water system safely transports water from a protected catchment area through underground pipes to the community’s storage tanks. In addition, a biosand filtration system improves the water quality.

Jioma villagers keep their tank site well maintained

Kadavu Island

The purpose of these projects were to upgrade the existing catchment, protect the water sources and boost storage capacity.

Sasake Settlement, Bua

Developing a ground water system that is comprised of a new borehole equipped with a solar pump and a 10,000L storage tank.

Chevalier Vocational School

The Chevalier Training Center is a vocational institute for the underprivileged youth of Fiji.

Cobue Settlement, Bua

In the past, families would pump water from wells using small surface pumps whilst others fetched water with buckets. Some men like Deo carted water long distances using bullocks.

The Marketing Director of VaiWai Cate Pleass commissioned Dreketi Surface Water Project in Cakaudrove Province.

RPW Executive Officer Neil Maharaj is currently inspecting ongoing projects at Nabalebale Vilage and Levuka Village in Cakaudrove Province.