Progress Continues In Bhutan

Our team in Bhutan have been continuing to install SkyHydrants.

In the past few weeks they have been working in the South East of the country in the region around Nangkor

It can take 3 days travel by road to reach this remote area, from the capital, Thimphu.

The Installation on the right is at the Nangkhor Central Schools.

This substantial installation will ensure the SkyHydrant is protected and will be able to provide safe drinking water to the school well into the future

The unit in the photograph below has been taken during the installation at the nearby Yurung Central School.

As well as the installation of the units the schools are also installing tap units to allow students to fill their drink bottles.

Disaster Aid Australia are planning to send another 20 SkyHydrants to Bhutan, which will mean that deliveries for this ambitious project will be 75% complete.

If you would like to help Disaster Aid Australia provide Safe Water for Every Child at every major school in Bhutan click on the link below;


Charity donations of $2 or more to Disaster Aid Australia are tax-deductible in Australia.