Mae Hong Son

Climate change has created severe droughts during recent years in Northern Thailand. Located in Mae Hong Son province, the communities of Na On and Kud Sam Sip have obtained government approval to build a 17-mile pipeline from a natural spring to their villages which are at 3800-ft elevation. In addition to the 6-inch PVC water pipeline, the project will build two concrete sedimentation tanks to remove suspended particles and two 2500 gallon concrete water storage tanks. The villagers began constructing the pipeline in February 2022, and it will be completed by June. The pipeline will provide a safe and reliable source of water for approximately 1400 people per day.

This project was possible thanks to financial contributions from the Emerald City Rotary Club, the Federal Way Rotary Club, the Rotary Club of Lynnwood,  the Seattle University Rotaract Club, the Seattle University Engineers for a Sustainable World student chapter and the generous support of our CEJS donors. Thank you!

 

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Construction began in February 2022!