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Prospection by manual drilling

WATER SUPPLY project developed in CHILE – TEMUCO – VILLARRICA executed by the Sumaj Huasi Foundation “For healthy housing” and funded by PAHO / WHO – CHILE, (2002).

The technological option used DRILLING AND INSTALLATION OF PUMPS TYPE “AYNI” The evaluation made the demonstration project was positive so by PAHO / WHO (CHILE) were contacted PAHO / WHO Bolivia, that through the alternative technology Drilling Manual wells Sumaj Huasi Foundation can provide 100 percent of the communities of water for human consumption.

It is in this sense that a draft training run microenterprises to support massively to meet the demand for water to indigenous populations (Mapuches), so that trained 12 micro parallel as practice 30 wells were drilled in a community where log cabins built to house tourists, this project has been possible to benefit 30 families.

IMPROVING project NORIAS AND WATER SUPPLY BY DRILLING MANUALLY developed in Ecuador – Loja-different communities and the Province El Oro – Machala. (1998)

The project was executed by the Sumaj Huasi Foundation and finanaciado by PAHO / WHO / ECUADOR – FASBASE (DUTCH COOPERATION), the technological option used drilling wells and installing hand pumps “ayni”.

At first he went to run a project to install 70 hand pumps “AYNI” in rural communities while a demonstration project of manual drilling of wells in Machala in rural communities 6 well as a demonstration project that served drilled was made for the evaluation of PAHO / WHO (ECUADOR) and the Dutch Cooperation. The project has managed to benefit 80 families.

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER SYSTEM DRILLING WELLS MANUAL “AYNI” project, developed in ECUADOR – Manavi. (1999)

Sumaj Fundacieon executing agency Huasi “For healthy housing” and funded by PAHO / WHO (ECUADOR) AND DUTCH COCOPERACIÓN (FASBASE). The assessment made the demonstration project was positive so by PAHO / WHO (ECUADOR) and the Dutch Cooperation FASBASE in Ecuador were contacted PAHO / WHO Bolivia, that through the alternative technology Drilling Manual Sumaj Huasi Foundation can form microenterprises in this technology to support the government of Ecuador to provide water in communities with the need for water for human consumption.

So that micro trained 15 different places of Ecuador (Guayaquil, Quito, Esmeraldas, Manabi, and others). As practice of drilling 50 wells having benefited approximately 500 families were built.

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER SYSTEM DRILLING WELLS MANUAL “AYNI” project, developed in ECUADOR – ESMERALDAS, (2000).

executing agency Sumaj Huasi Foundation “For healthy housing” and funded by PAHO / WHO / ECUADOR – UNICEF (ECUADOR) opcioeon technology used in drilling micro training manual “ayni” system.

It was the second year in Ecuador where the technology of manual drilling “AYNI” system was transferred was a course that was given in Esmeraldas where 15 local entrepreneurs participated unlike the first course which had participants from different regions of the republic of Ecuador as usual practices is a side project of water supply was made to a comunidadrural of Esmeraldas where 25 wells, having benefitted approximately 50 families were drilled.

WATER SUPPLY project, developed in ARGENTINA – SALTA – CHACO, (2003)

Implementer of the project Huasi Sumaj Foundation and funded by PAHO / WHO – ARGENTINA-BOLIVIA technological option used drilling wells and installing hand pumps “Ayni”.

After the International Course of Drilling in Charagua-Bolivia, the Pan American and World Health Organization (PAHO), requested that a demonstration project applying the knowledge received in the course done, a well was drilled in the Chorote community a community Indian tuffs, this project has been possible to benefit approximately 50 families.