Program Description

Safe Water Access & Training Consultants will implement Edu-TeleCenters which represents a multi-functional center.
 Worldwide four thousand children die every day from diseases caused by bad water and sanitation.
The Safe Water Access and Training Consultants team represents experts in public health, ICT, patient record security, ecosystem science, and education.  Our teams will utlize various technologies including GIS as tools to enable us to monitor, track and map safe drinking water sources to implement our village water delivery systems.


Our delivery systems and training programs will effectiively address the contaminated water sites, water at point of use treatments, the spread of water generated diseases and implementing improvements/ cures associated with with better education, training and water delivery. 


We will locate and provide access to safe drinking water and training for point of use water treatment. GIS mapping will provide knowledge of the health concerns to address illnesses, deaths, trending and strategic planning for healthcare resource deployment.


Our team  will track health improvements using data and GIS-based Telehealth technologies with an emphasis being placed on integrating local, regional and national observations into a coherent information framework.  Health improvement results be available over the Internet for authorized government officials as needed

Safe Water Edu-TeleCenters

• EduTeleCenters – 2 Per Province
• Point of Use Water Treatment Training
• Village Water Delivery Systems
• Free Medicine Distribution for 25% (400K) Children Between the Ages of 4-5 Years Old
• Disbursement of 2,000,000 Malaria-treated Mosquito Nets
• Disbursement of 2,000,000 Safe Water Carrying Vessels
Each EduTeleCenter is planned to have on staff at each site
• 3 Nurses
• 3 administrative support personnel
• 6 computers with Internet connectivity
The Districts located in the Province will be equally divided and assigned to  either of the Edu-TeleCenters for safe water support, training and medical assistance

Safe Water Tool Kit

Each Nurse will be provided with:

• laptop computer loaded with ARCView GIS Software
• portable printer
• portable projector
• Internet connectivity
• Global Positioning Technology 
• and a computer case on wheels to hold all of the items.
Peer-To-Peer community Volunteers:
• Volunteers will be identified to serve as district peer Safe Water Advisors to assist the nurses via community   outreach
• It is projected that 20+ volunteers per district will reach out to the popution in remote villages
• Each volunteer will be trained in the use of Clorine for point of use water treatment
• The volunteers will provide point of use safe water treatment and Clorine sales/ training

The Nurses will work with the volunteers to capture data from their in-the-field training sessions for monitoring, evaluation and review by appropriate officials to determine:


•  the number of people trained in point of use safe drinking practices per district
•  reduction in waterborne disease occurrences per district
•  locations of and types of illnesses identified and treated
•  types of “free” medicines disbursed
•  number of Malaria treated sleeping nets distributed
•  trending results versus previous months, quarters, years

Safe Water Nurse Medical Community Outereach SUV

For those of you who didn't know this, the Ford Everest is a midsize SUV produced by Ford on the same platform as the Ranger pickup truck.
This 4-wheel drive vehicle will more than adequately serve the nurses as they provide oureach to the most remote villages.  This vehicle is produced in South Africa, Argentina and Thailand
Safe Water Community Outreach Mobile Clinic
Each EduTeleCenter will have 2 - 3 moble clinics assigned for their respec tive community outreach

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