Whenever you nominate yourself for RainSafe™, you give us opportunity to increase water availability in low income settlements –– RainSafe™ will enable you to use less of water from central treatment plants so that others may also get the water (from central treatment plant).

You give us opportunity to bring RaHa Clean Close Water in the home where you stay. You also give us opportunity to reduce contamination of rainwater or opportunity to bring RaHa Clean Close Water to others.

In the process of self-nominating, you will also nominate for RaHa Sanitation a village or school where the human right for access to improved sanitation facilities cannot be guaranteed. Alternatively, you nominate for RaHa Clean Close Water a:

…nominate yourself for RainSafe™!

Its easy to do

Connect

Simply connect with not more than 5 people, especially adolescent girls that are in a school or community where the human right for access to improved sanitation facilities cannot be guaranteed. Alternatively, connect with leaders of a:

See if they would like corresponding RaHa Solutions.

In the process of self-nomination, you will nominate the school, group, settlement or community. You will help them rally around the RaHa clean water project.

There is no restriction regarding locations of the school, group, settlement or community. You could be in USA, nominating any village school or similar institutions in Kenya, India…anywhere.

The other nominees will know that you care about them. You will give them hope for better water and or sanitation systems. You also want to post, tweet, or share the nomination with your friends and everyone you know. Think of the respect you gain as your friends and neighbors see how you are helping this community or school.

SO, IF YOU WOULD LIKE PARTNER WITH US IN AVAILING ENOUGH WATER IN LOW INCOME SETTLEMENTS, YOU LIVE ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD AND YOU KNOW OF A…

  • school or village in Kenya (or other places in the world) that enjoys good rainfall yet suffers from lack of clean, close water;

  • place where women and children must walk long distances to get water… and even then, it might make them sick to drink it;

  • group that would increase in number if they got larger water collection systems for use in car-washing, irrigation (and the like);

  • settlement currently in danger of a wildly spreading fire because it is not easily accessible by fire fighting engines;

  • school (or the like) that currently uses treated water in flushing toilets (and the like);

  • location where the human right for access to improved sanitation facilities should be improved.

…THEN, RAHA SOLUTIONS IS THE NO-COST WAY TO SUPPORT A GREAT CAUSE!

AGREE

Have the your nominees determine the best site for corresponding RaHa Solutions. Have 5 members of the school, group, settlement or community agree regarding the site. Where rooftop RaHa is the corresponding solution, the nominee identify a large rooftop, often schools or community buildings are chosen. The community or school leaders approve the location and donate the site for the rainwater harvesting system.

The agreement starts the process to bring rainwater harvesting to the area. In this way the villagers initiate the chance for a consistent source of water and a better life.

Where non-rooftop RaHa is the corresponding solution, the nominees identify the best storm water catchment, often a gully, carpark, road and the like are chosen. The community or school leaders approve the location and donate adjacent site for the rainwater harvesting system.

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