When you contribute to this project in-kind by nominating a school (or similar institution) that has roofs from which rainwater could be harvested, we intend to build rooftop rainwater harvesting system in the school (or similar institution).
Capacity of storage tank in the rainwater harvesting system is established based on 2 factors:
Members of the community work with RaHa.
Pictures right: Rotary Club of Central Melborne-Sunshine of Victoria, Australia (District 9800), Rotary Club of Osaka Hommachi, Japan and The Rotary Foundation brought clean water to Ulamona, Silanga, Bitokara and Lolobau Island. The 4 settlements are in Kimbe, the West New Britain capital. WNB is a large island to the North of Papua New Guinea and a PNG province. The project has 12 rainwater harvesting tanks, some of 45000L and some of 27000L. Rotary Clubs of Maffra and Sale, Victoria, Australia provided additional construction expertise and labour.