Eco-development project in water and renewable energy

Village of Urisa – Papua New Guinea

 

This drinking water project initiated in the framework of a scientific research project in partnership with the IRD and the Paul Sabatier University of Toulouse and in partnership with Experts Solidaires is part of an eco-development context. The Kabupaten of Kaïmana is the gateway to one of the last unexplored territories of the planet, made up of imposing karstic massifs sheltering a fauna and flora of an exceptional richness. The Lengguru Massif, creator of biodiversity, is a unique place for the study of diversification processes and is the key to the success of conservation and preservation of species.

Goal

 

To improve access to drinking water and support good hygiene practices in the village of Urisa

 

Our partners

PT PIPA

HAMAP contact

Philomène Le Maréchal: philomene.lemarechal@hamap.org

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