CLEAN Water Project

2018 Buon Trap Water Project

The Buon Trap Community locates in rural regions of  Đăk Lăk Province, Vietnam. Its population is around to 10,000 people who mostly are Ede, Muong and Kinh ethnic minority among a few of others. These local people are very poor farmers who make their seasonal living from coffee and rice crops, mostly by selling their manual labor. 


The Buon Trap community desperately needs a source of fresh water for drinking, especially during drought seasons, because almost natural sources from small streams in the region are either dried out or contaminated with pesticides as a result of obsolete farming practices.


ICI and partner ECCDA have joined forced together and bring a 4,000-liter-per-day filtration system to help alleviate some stress on some poor community's standard of living. All purified water from the system meets and exceeds all the required health standards for direct consumption.​​​

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2016 Dak Ya Water Project

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The Dak Ya Community locates in rural regions of Gia Lai Province, Vietnam. Its population is close to 4,652 people who mostly are Bahnar ethnic minority among a few of others. These local people are very poor farmers who make their seasonal living from coffee and rice crops, mostly by selling their manual labor. 


The Dak Ya community desperately needs a source of fresh water for drinking, especially during drought seasons, because almost natural sources from small streams in the region are either dried out or contaminated with pesticides as a result of obsolete farming practices.


ICI and partner ECCDA have joined forced together and bring a 4,000-liter-per-day filtration system to help alleviate some stress on this poor community's standard of living. All purified water from the system meets and exceeds all the required health standards for direct consumption.​​​

2015 IA TIEM water project

The IA Tiem Community locates in rural regions of Kontum Province, Vietnam. Its population is close to 9,000 people who mostly are J'Rai ethnic minority among a few of others. These local people are very poor farmers who make their seasonal living from coffee and rice crops, mostly by selling their manual labor. 


The IA Tiem community desperately needs a source of fresh water for drinking, especially during drought seasons, because almost natural sources from small streams in the region are either dried out or contaminated with pesticides as a result of obsolete farming practices.

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