Het bestuur van Stichting Project koppeling Eindhoven Gedaref (SPEG) heeft besloten om SPEG op te heffen. SPEG heeft sinds haar oprichting op 3 maart 1989 vele projecten in de staat Gedaref in Sudan ondersteund. Deze projecten lagen altijd op het vlak van educatie, armoedebestrijding en sanitatie. Daarnaast is er in Nederland veel aandacht geweest voor voorlichting en bewustwording voor de situatie in Sudan. Met heel veel toewijding, voldoening en plezier heeft SPEG haar werk in de afgelopen 30 jaar gedaan.
Rural school with 536 children grade 1-13 from poor Tamil families and 32 teachers make use of the new facilities.
Located in tea plantation. Once a week they receive limited water from the plantation.
The principal is really desperate. He made many phone calls to KSLF. To realize, improved water and sanitation facilities: Deep tube well drilling,
Rural school with 340 children grade 1-13 from poor families and 36 teachers make use of the new facilities.
We are still in the tea plantation, very poor families who earn a living by picking tea leaves for a low salary. This school is divided into 5 levels in terms of ground height, this makes the pipeline extra complicated/expensive.
The existing pipeline from the mountain source is more than 40 years old; a lot of leakage through broken and rusty pipes.
Daily the oldest schoolboys repair the pipes with old rubber bicycle tires, a never ending job.
Rural community with 60 poor families (300 persons) and school with 41 children grade 1-5 make use of the new facilities.This community (including school) is located in an isolated area. Their natural source located at 300 m from the community is poisoned by the chemicals of the rice fields. We want to go upstream (1.000 m extra) to a higher source, in this way there is no more pollution from the chemicals. Also their existing pipeline is very old and must be repaired daily. The families have become despondent due to the continuing water problem. To realize, improved water and sanitation facilities: Reconstruction existing pipeline, build source well,
Rural school with 125 children grade 1-11 from poor families and 22 teachers make use of the new facilities.
No water at all. To realize, improved water and sanitation facilities: Digging and building the well with concrete ring elements,
Rural school with 220 children grade 1-11 from poor families and 22 teachers make use of the new facilities.
School receives limited time water through a small pipeline from the community: once a week only, this is not enough. No water > no toilet cleaning, a nasty situation, especially for the growing girls. To realize, improved water and sanitation facilities: 5.000 lt. stock tank, pump house with control panel and electrical pump,
Rural school & community with 80 children grade 1-5 and 40 poor families make use of the new facilities.
We visit this isolated place together with Father Malin.
These families are working in the tea estates and their daily income is very low.
They receive the water from a natural source at 1.350 m on the other side of the valley.
It is an very old iron pipeline, 40 years old and because of the rust, the pipe is clogged and broken at many places. Dailey they have to repair the pipe with an old rubber inner tube.
The water is also contaminated by the damaged pipes.