With a lack of access to clean drinking water and dependence on traditional medicines, the absence of reliable medical services means diseases such as malaria, cholera, and tuberculosis remain prevalent among the population.
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Produce the structural design for the school dormitory
Members complete calculations to determine the specific requirements of that element given its position in the structure and the load.
These design calculations are then used to produce a blueprint of the structure – a 2-D technical drawing enabling a local contractor to construct the building as specified.
Generate the necessary funds and resources required for the project
The team collaborate in an initial research effort to determine potential sources of funds (e.g. grants, sponsorships, the Student Union).
Having submitted applications, team members then contact the various providers to determine whether a proposal has been accepted.
Develop a water collection & treatment system for the dormitory
Designing the system has been divided into three components, each of which is being tacked by different team members.
The components are:
A water collection system,
A treatment system for collected/used water,
A storage system for collected/treated water.
Follow along the journey
To avoid unnecessary transaction fees, donations are collected via a dedicated personal bank account, which is opened for this sole purpose.
The funds received into the account will be transferred to the NGO (Maeecha) via Imperial College Union. Your name and donation amount will be recorded and publicised for transparency.
Should you wish to remain anonymous, please contact in advance.
Recommended Donation Range: £3 – £15
uk debit card
Donations can be made using an UK-issued debit card via Barclays Pingit
Name: Y J Low
Sort code: 20-41-70
Account number: 2375 9717