Completed: Community Development

Tanzania: Kakoi Medical Centre Water Pipeline Project

Year: 2012 Achievements: The group lay 6kms of water pipeline from the Osupuko Lodge (agreed to pump clean water to the medical centre for 2 hours each day) to the medical centre in the nearby village of Kakoi. By the time the group left the village clean water was running from the tap inside the …
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Laos: Eco Tourism Development

Year: 2009 Achievements: The part construction of an affordable and effective river crossing suspension bridge. The group started construction of the bridge and completed the first phase of the foundation with great success. The bridge project was continued by other organisations over 2 more phases and the project was complete in January 2010. Impact: The construction …
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Peru: Tastayoq Village Water Project

Year: 2010 Achievements: The group built a water reservoir and connected the majority of the houses in the village to water. Additionally the group carried out repair work on the footbridge that was built in 2009. Following heavy rains in early 2010 unexpected damage was done to this small but important river crossing. Impact: Fresh …
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Peru: Tastayoq Village Bridge & School Kitchen

Year/s: 2009 Achievements: Built a bridge capable of withstanding floods in the wet season and school and community kitchen. Impact: The bridge will facilitate ease of movement in the village and allow the school students safe passage to and from school. Before the school/community school kitchen was built by our group of CPT travellers the …
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Peru: Urubamba Footbridges & Water

Year/s: 2006, 2007, 2008 Achievements: From 2006-08 our community project travellers helped to construct a drinking water system including a water reservoir that connected the majority of houses in the village to fresh drinking water. Also during this time our community project travel participants helped to construct three footbridges that allow school children to cross …
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