WATER PURIFYING

 

“Water is one of the earth's most precious and threatened resources  Health is one of each person's most precious resources  We need to protect and enhance them both”

Endesha Zambia currently has three projects, the main one that is the WATER PURIGYING PROYECT, the other two are MUSIC CLASSES and ARTCRAFT

 

MUSIC CLASSES

“Music can change the world, because it can change people souls.”

Bono

Artcraft

“Give a man a fish and you will feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you will feed them for a lifetime”

Maimonides

Zambia has two of the main rivers of Africa called the Zambezi and Kaufe Rivers, it is also home of over three major Lakes in the Southern Part of Africa, but sadly the access to clean water is one of Zambia biggest problem.  The water is not equally provide it to everyone, 6.4 million People don´t have access to clean water that means 1 in three people.

This is particularly evident in rural areas, peri-urban and low cost areas. Sadly almost 65% of the population lives in low income communities. Not having access to clean and safe water leads to diseases like diarrhea, cholera and other waterborne related diseases. According to the WHO report, more than 3.4 million people each year die from water related diseases, 50% of all hospital beds are occupied due to water borne diseases, 40% of the death are due to diarrhea, 84% of the death are children and 98% of the death are from developing countries.

 

There are a number of programs and projects that attack this problem but most of them include drilling wells to tap in to the groundwater, however the water is not clean enough. That’s why with the help of a group of engineering students from the Copperfield University we created a solar panel that purifies water.

The solar panel is manufacture with only Zambian, easy to find and recyclable materials. The panel has an entrance for polluted water and after a conversion process you get clean water, without causing any negative impact on the environment.

This project starts with manufacturing the panel, then goes on with the installation of the panel and last but not least talks to the community explaining and creating awareness about the importance of drinking clean water, and how to use and take care of the panels.

Music can make a difference in the development of a person, that’s why we decided to make this project of after school music classes. Music lessons can improve academic skills, by understanding beat, rhythm, and scales, children are learning how to divide, create fractions, and recognize patterns. It seems that music wires a child's brain to help him better understand other areas of math, says Lynn Kleiner, founder of Music Rhapsody in Redondo Beach, CA. By learning songs they start calling their short term memory, and eventually their long term memory.

It helps children develop physical skills such as coordination and motor skills. It cultivates social skills by creating group classes, it requires them to interact and communicate with each other which encourage team work.  Learning and instrument teaches children about patience and discipline,  playing an instrument teaches children to persevere through hours, days, months even years to reach specific goals.

Music can inspire people, it can change the way they see other cultures, the way they act.

About 50% of the working age population in Kitwe is unemployed. By increasing their work, and their income, we will give them financial security.

The main objective of this project is increasing the income of the artisans in the communities, by creating a steady job for them. Creating a secure line for them to sell their products internationally.

We will help them to organize their work schedule, they will maximize their production and their profits.  We will teach them how to prepare their products for shipping, and helping them to do so.

 

 

Zambia has two of the main rivers of Africa called the Zambezi and Kaufe Rivers, it is also home of over three major Lakes in the Southern Part of Africa, but sadly the access to clean water is one of Zambia biggest problem.  The water is not equally provide it to everyone, 6.4 million People don´t have access to clean water that means 1 in three people.

This is particularly evident in rural areas, peri-urban and low cost areas. Sadly almost 65% of the population lives in low income communities. Not having access to clean and safe water leads to diseases like diarrhea, cholera and other waterborne related diseases. According to the WHO report, more than 3.4 million people each year die from water related diseases, 50% of all hospital beds are occupied due to water borne diseases, 40% of the death are due to diarrhea, 84% of the death are children and 98% of the death are from developing countries.

 

There are a number of programs and projects that attack this problem but most of them include drilling wells to tap in to the groundwater, however the water is not clean enough. That’s why with the help of a group of engineering students from the Copperfield University we created a solar panel that purifies water.

The solar panel is manufacture with only Zambian, easy to find and recyclable materials. The panel has an entrance for polluted water and after a conversion process you get clean water, without causing any negative impact on the environment.

This project starts with manufacturing the panel, then goes on with the installation of the panel and last but not least talks to the community explaining and creating awareness about the importance of drinking clean water, and how to use and take care of the panels.

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Endesha Zambia currently has three projects, the main one that is the WATER PURIGYING PROYECT, the other two are MUSIC CLASSES and ARTCRAFT

 

 WATER PURIFYING

 

“Water is one of the earth's most precious and threatened resources  Health is one of each person's most precious resources  We need to protect and enhance them both”

Music can make a difference in the development of a person, that’s why we decided to make this project of after school music classes. Music lessons can improve academic skills, by understanding beat, rhythm, and scales, children are learning how to divide, create fractions, and recognize patterns. It seems that music wires a child's brain to help him better understand other areas of math, says Lynn Kleiner, founder of Music Rhapsody in Redondo Beach, CA. By learning songs they start calling their short term memory, and eventually their long term memory.

It helps children develop physical skills such as coordination and motor skills. It cultivates social skills by creating group classes, it requires them to interact and communicate with each other which encourage team work.  Learning and instrument teaches children about patience and discipline,  playing an instrument teaches children to persevere through hours, days, months even years to reach specific goals.

Music can inspire people, it can change the way they see other cultures, the way they act.

About 50% of the working age population in Kitwe is unemployed. By increasing their work, and their income, we will give them financial security.

The main objective of this project is increasing the income of the artisans in the communities, by creating a steady job for them. Creating a secure line for them to sell their products internationally.

We will help them to organize their work schedule, they will maximize their production and their profits.  We will teach them how to prepare their products for shipping, and helping them to do so.

 

 

 Do you want to be part of the change?

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MUSIC CLASSES

“Music can change the world, because it can change people souls.”

Bono

Artcraft

“Give a man a fish and you will feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you will feed them for a lifetime”

Maimonides