Delivering SkyHydrants

You might think that all the SkyHydrants get delivered to sites by cars, vans and four wheel drive vehicles.

The reality can be quite different to some of the remote villages Disaster Aid Australia and it’s partners help.

Some units have to be carried by the local people for long distances.

Photograph by Safe Water for Every Child Myanmar

At times small river boats have to be used.

Photograph by Safe Water for Every Child Myanmar

This video shows our friends Balay Mindanaw using a motorbike to transport the SkyHydrant, and the team members, through very difficult terrain in Mindanao.

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