Presentation on theme: "« 1001 fontaines pour demain » Strategy presentation September 14 th 2010."— Presentation transcript:
« 1001 fontaines pour demain » Strategy presentation September 14 th 2010
Cliquez pour modifier le style du titre The « 1001 fontaines » mission 2 Fact : 900 million people living in small rural communities still have no choice but to drink swamp water. In Cambodia, under-five-year-old children mortality rate is 12% mainly due to water. « 1001 fontaines » mission is to improve, in a sustainable way, the health of poor people living in rural areas, by enabling them to produce and drink clear and safe water through an entrepreneurship model that ensures these communities autonomy and the solution sustainability.
Cliquez pour modifier le style du titre 3 The 3 cornerstones of « 1001 fontaines » model Focusing on health by giving access to safe drinking water ( 2 L/day per person ) Selling price set to US $ 0.01 per litre The « entrepreneur » ensures the sustainability of the installations, and the maximization of the beneficiaries number AFFORDABILITY DRINKING WATER QUALITY SUSTAINABILITY
Cliquez pour modifier le style du titre Ensuring drinking water quality 4 DRINKING WATER QUALITY A comprehensive water treatment system, installed in each village, able to adapt to the best raw water source available A water treatment monitored through frequent bacteriologic analysis Water transported to clients homes in sealed 20-litre bottles. Water storage well taken care of in disinfected bottles instead of random storage in whatever container is available. Persistent water protection obtained by using a minimal quantity of silver ions. Attention paid to producing water with a taste that people like.
Cliquez pour modifier le style du titre Maximising accessibility 5 AFFORDABILITY Reaching people Taking care of the most vulnerable Today (10%) Target (40%) At a very limited cost A $ 6 investment by beneficiary, for drinking water for decades
Cliquez pour modifier le style du titre Guaranteeing sustainability 6 SUSTAINABILITY The local platform role Site set up, operators training, village education Supply chain management Site maintenance Quality Control
Cliquez pour modifier le style du titre 7 « 1001 fontaines » : our challenges by 2016 From a successful prototype beneficiaries To a health solution for rural population
Cliquez pour modifier le style du titre Scalability 8 Today, 30 sites have been implemented in Cambodia. « 1001 fontaines » objective is to speed up development in Cambodia in two steps : Autonomy of the Battambang platform with the creation of 30 additional sites by the end of 2011, Creation of 200 additional sites with the creation of 3 new platforms by sites beneficiaries 250 sites 1 million beneficiaries * * After 8 years DEPLOYMENT
Cliquez pour modifier le style du titre Replicability 9 With its experience in Cambodia and Madagacar, « 1001 fontaines » plans to replicate its model in other countries (such as India or Bangladesh) « 1001 fontaines » plans to improve its model, from an « hybrid » one to a « fully entrepreneurial » » one countries ? countries REPLICABILITY
Cliquez pour modifier le style du titre Capacity building 10 The objective is to reinforce our capacities by : Capitalizing on know hows, strengthening competences and training capacities, Creating partnerships with synergies in fields like health or sanitation… From a « drinking water supplier »… … to a real « health improvement enabler » CAPACITY BUILDING
Cliquez pour modifier le style du titre Funding requirements ( ) $ Objective 1 Deployment to a larger scale in Cambodia Objective 2 Replicability (new country) Objective 3 Capacity building $ $ $ $ TOTAL
Cliquez pour modifier le style du titre 12 Thank you very much for your attention ! François Jaquenoud