DONATE A PIT TOILET
Open defecation continues to be an urgent problem and a critical health issue.
For most people living in the remote villages of Papua New Guinea they do not have a place to go to the toilet. Poor sanitation conditions lead to cholera, diarrhoea and sickness for the villagers.
YOUR DONATION of $40 CAN SAVE A LIFE.
Just a mere $40 will buy cement and a shovel which will enable a family to build a simple pit toilet for their home.
SO FAR WE HAVE RAISED THE FUNDS FOR 32 NEW TOILETS
A pit latrine generally consists of three major parts: a hole in the ground, a slab or floor with a small hole, and a shelter. The shelter is often known as an outhouse. The pit is typically at least 3 meters (10 feet) deep and 1 m (3.2 feet) across.
STOP CHILDREN FROM BEING VERY SICK OR EVEN DYING
Over 900 children in PNG die every year from diarrhoea caused by poor sanitation, making it a leading cause of death among children under the age of five.