Current Projects and News
BushProof has just finished two surveys along the North-West coast of Madagascar and on the Mitsio island. The aim of these surveys was the visit of remote villages to propose and design accurate water supply solution or improve existing ones. Those surveys have been done for NGO Ranomamy and GRET.
BushProof has just started to build a water supply system in the commune of Beahitse, South-West of Madagascar. Water will be pumped in a borehole using solar energy. The system, fund by german NGO AKE will supply the population of two remote villages. Our team (25 workers) will be working there for the next three months.
We have just completed two sessions of our Training in Water & Sanitation Infrastructure: the first was held in Juba (South Sudan) for 20 participants from NGOs Medair, ACF, Acted, Mercy Corps and Solidarites, and the second was held in Antananarivo (Madagascar), where we hosted 13 participants from different countries. The next training will be held from 14 to 19 of September 2015 in Antananarivo.
BushProof participated in an extensive assessment looking at the social and technical aspects of implementation of reverse osmosis desalinisation units in different villages along the south-west coast of Madagascar in the Toliary region. The assessment was done alongside our partner Elemental Water Makers, and represents an option to provide freshwater to coastal villages in this region.