SMALL IS BIG IN PRECAST FOR LIFE
Latrines are common and easy sanitation solutions for developing countries with restricted manufacturing and building resources. They are cheap to make, install, replicate, and keep clean. Latrines are built of a plate, sheltering walls and a hole in the ground. The plate is made with a mold to ensure easy mass production.
Lack of access to safe water and sanitation facilities, combined with poor hygienic practices, causes death, disease, and indignity, especially for women and children. Local artisans have skills to build the latrines by community requirements. Trained Red Cross volunteers support communities by raising awareness and giving hygiene and sanition information. Supplying 400 latrines will improve the well-being of 2400 people – a small effort can make a big difference. Join our community project, Precast for Life, and leave your hand print at our BAUMA stand. You can also follow Precast for Life in these ways: - On our blog : http://blog.elematic.com/ - On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/elematic