Joseph Colony is a poor Christian neighborhood of around 2,000 people in Lahore, Pakistan. There was no clean water available in this neighborhood, infrastructure was decaying and not being invested in. This video describes how, using the Ravadar model, Hive Pakistan with the support of The Coalition for Religious Equality and Inclusive Development (CREID) worked with local residents – forming and training a Committee to implement and run a water filtration plant in Joseph Colony. The new plant provides clean water to over 400 households, and its ongoing maintenance is funded by the residents through crowd-funding. We would like to thank all the residents of Joseph Colony who took part in this video.
Water Filtration Plant at Joseph Colony, Lahore by Ravadar
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