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March 15, 2018

Recife – Brasil
Great example of advanced Edible garden in a semi arid environment using only rain water and an efficient irrigation system for food production!
Let's get inspired !

March 14, 2018

Dorze - Ethiopia
The Dorze houses are constructed entirely from one organic material: Bamboo, split and weave bamboo. When termites attack the hut, the Dorze can just remove it from its foundation and relocate it. This allows the home to last much longer, but every move shortens the height of the hut. Let's keep this unique tradition alive.

March 13, 2018

Konye, Haiti.
Drinking river water

March 12, 2018

Warka Toilet
Sustainable sanitation is a matter of dignity, equality, and safety, and is crucial to improving the health and wellbeing of a community.

March 11, 2018

Warka Tower can integrate Solar Panels to provide illumination and power for recharging mobile devices. The system is called Warka Solar, it is modular and depending on the size ca more performant.
For more information please check the Warka Solar Web page:
http://www.warkawater.org/warka-solar/

March 10, 2018

Phase 6 - Crowdfunding

Thank you again for your interest in project 'Warka Tower' in Haiti! (Phase 6). We’re pleased to share that the project is half way to its goal.
However, the project must meet its funding goal to receive the donations.
We appreciate your support and hope you will help spread the word to get this project to its funding goal!
https://www.caringcrowd.org/build-warka-tower-haiti-phase-6

March 10, 2018

Warka Tower Togo
Searching for local materials
Kpekpeta village
Togo

March 10, 2018

Warka Tower Togo
For the daily water collection trips can take about 30 minutes or longer. They are made primary by women but not only, the task falls also to children, girls and boys.
Kpekpeta village
Togo

March 7, 2018

Warka Tower Ethiopia
Dorze village 2015

March 6, 2018
Arturo Vittori

Warka Tower Togo
Family fetching for water at the river
Kpekpeta village
Togo

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