Safe Drinking Water in Colonia Belen, Tacana, San Marcos

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Project ID

Project Title

Safe Drinking Water in Colonia Belen, Tacana, San Marcos

Type

Water Supply and Sanitation

Focus Areas

Geographic Scope

Lead Organization(s)

Project Partners

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Financing

Total: $21,734;

Sources of Financing: Committee for Comprehensive Development Community (CWI-9)

Timeframe

2006 - 2007

Status

Completed

Project website(s)

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Contacts

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Contents

Description

The project consists of building a gravity fed drinking water system, by tapping water from four springs, building two storage tanks and installing distribution pipes for 27 households - 165 inhabitants.

Expected Outcomes

Achievements: Results and Impact

Lessons for Replication

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References

See also

  1. Water Conflict and Cooperation/Lempa River Basin
  2. The Case of the Trifinio Plan in the Upper Lempa: Opportunities and Challenges for the Shared Management of Central American Transnational Basins
  3. Strengthening environmental governance in the face of climatic risks in Guatemala
  4. Safe drinking water system for 68 households in community La Piedad II, San Felipe, Retalhuleu
  5. Rain harvesting for providing drinking water to Aldea Vasquez, Totonicapan
  6. Establishing mini-irrigation for organic traditional farming
  7. Establishing mini-irrigation for organic farm land in Aldea Taltimiche, Comitancillo, San Marcos
  8. Establishing a water treatment plant for the benefit of coffee growing
  9. Capacity Building amongst the MAM People in Economic Water and Sanitation Governance, Guatemala

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