A second drinking water system donated by aqua pura was installed in the Polyclinic Sanguéra in Togo.
In 2017, an emergency ward was added to the clinic. A new water supply became necessary. A Waterflow 250 System from aqua pura ensures the supply of bacteriologically clean drinking water from a well 38 m deep.
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Yanek Schiavone, member of aqua pura and president of "Des sourires pour Togo" has contributed together with Ciacomo Scarascia that clean drinking water flows throughout the hospital Center médico-social in Kpalimé. Together with Roberto Cavoli (deputy aqua pura Togo) they managed the whole project clean water for the Clinic Solidarité. The aqua pura association and the management of the clinic congratulate all participants on their excellent work. Many thanks.
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Dr. Kokou Sodjehoun leads a Polyclinic financed through donations. This clinic offers treatments for the population for free. In order to protect the installed Waterflow 200 system from too much dirt, a prefilter was installed in November 2014 to eliminate major dirt particles. This allows the filter of the system to be cleaned more easily.
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Roland with the house building crew
This fruit and vegetable farm was initiated and financed by Togo Assist. A large water reservoir provides the farm with drinking water. Unfortunately tests revealed that the reservoir is contaminated with E. Coli bacteria. Since it is very difficult to protect the open reservoir from impurities, there is now a Waterdrop 2 Device to provide the farm workers with clean water.
250 students attend this school in the town of Kpalimé. After seeing a demonstration of the Waterdrop 2, the school board installed the system. All 250 students have now access to bacteriologically clean water.
AGERTO is one of the vocational-technical schools supported by churches in Germany. It offers apprenticeships and education to around 105 apprentices in various careers. A Waterdrop 2 was installed there and is maintained by their own employees and students.
Roberto Cavali and his wife are the patrons of a small orphanage in the village. In addition, the couple has purchased and organized the installation of 4 Waterdrop 2 devices in the vicinity, for which they finance the maintenance and usage.
Togo Assist set up this clinic to reduce mother and infant mortality rates in Lomé, as well as to play a role in local AIDS prevention. The clinic is supported from Togo Assist donations. Aqua pura provided the clinic with a Waterdrop 2 to ensure that the patients have clean water for drinking and medical treatment.