The humanitarian disaster caused by the explosion at the hydroelectric power station has led to a critical shortage of drinking water in the Kherson and Mykolaiv regions.
Water treatment equipment is about saving lives. It will help prevent the spread of disease and improve the quality of life and health of people.
Helping people by installing water treatment plants in the Kherson and Mykolaiv regions.
To help those affected by the tragedy in the Kherson region and to provide aid in the form of water purification. Focus – Kherson region and Mykolaiv region.
- Kherson City Municipality of Kherson District
- Planned water demand 1403800
- Level of closure 0.02%
- Belozersk village community, Kherson district
- Planned water demand 340600
- Level of closure 11.50%
- Daryivska rural municipality, Kherson district
- Planned water demand 237040
- Level of closure 16.61%
- Myliv village community, Beryslav district
- Planned water demand 84040
- Level of closure 0.00%
- Beryslav Municipality of the Beryslav district
- Planned water demand 282640
- Level of closure 3.87%
According to the UN’s Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Martin Griffiths, 700,000 Ukrainians will remain without access to drinking water, which will also lead to a reduction in harvests and an increase in global food prices, threatening millions of people around the world.
So they launched a unique project to provide people with mobile water purification systems.
The first unit is already working in the village of Kozatsk, 5km from the Kakhovskaya HPP and the front line.
In order to provide as many people as possible with good quality, safe drinking water, we are currently helping the town of Beryslav, which has a population of 11,000.
- up to 20,000 l/day
- provides the drinking water needs of up to 4,000 people
2 such stations can meet the water needs of the entire town of Beryslav.
Autonomous Small Mobile Filter Station C1000 UA
REQUIRED AMOUNT – 49 000 USD
includes procurement, transportation, installation and initial service