Based on a principle we submitted a few months ago to a major Clean Water charity, I have finally drawn up a design for a water filtration system that can be made from materials that are available in just about any small town in Kenya. It is easy to construct, easier to use and will filter to >100 microns.
Of course, water will still have to be UV treated to kill pathogens, but this filtration system weill get rid of grit, insect eggs, larvae and most other little nasties, making it taste better than boiled river or well water.
I am ready to travel to Kenya under my own steam (our base is in Kisii). We just need some funding to buy materials and tools to make the first unit. £500.00 or Ksh 57,500 should do it.
Of course, if someone would like to lend us a vehicle for the month that I am in Kenya, that would be a welcome bonus.
Alternatively, if you know how we can raise these funds quickly, please contact us.
At the same time, we are ready to make our first methane collector and introduce our mosquito reduction education plan.