Boxes, airlifted to myanmar.  



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World Water Works - Aid for Myanmar, Burma


The UN now estimates that 1.5 million people have been affected by the devastation wreaked by cyclone Nargis, with the death toll thought to be over 100,000.

Two to three million are homeless, in a disaster on a scale comparable with the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.


Many victims are said to be dehydrated or suffering from injuries that have not been treated.

Five Burmese regions, including the main city Rangoon, have been declared disaster zones after being hit by 120mph winds.

The UN says several hundred thousand people need shelter and water, and food and fuel prices have soared.

A consignment of 130 Water Survival - Filtration Boxes being loaded for  shipment  to Burma.

Loading onto a Parker Transport Truck for onward transit.

Parker Transport has had a long association with the Rotary Club of Chelwood Bridge and the WorldWaterWorks Project. Kelvin Parker, managing director, said he was proud to be associated with the project and was only too pleased to assist on this and on many other occasions both in the past and for the future.

Picture shows Chris Parker, Kelvin's son, loading the truck and WorldWaterWorks coordinator Shannon Matthews supervising the loading.

5 Box Unit of Water Filtration Boxes

Each Unit has 5 water filtration kits with carbon filter cartridge, chlorine purification tablets -
and a selection of contents from the following list :

Water carrier (collapsible) - Bucket
Enamel bowls - Enamel mugs - Enamel basins / plates
Metal spoons / forks /knives - Metal serving spoons
Saucepans - Multi-fuel cooker
Can opener - Rope - Candles - Cotton material - Needles /pins - Refuse sacks
Tarpaulin - Scissors - Torch - wind up
Antiseptic wipes - Bandages - Dressing strip - Soap - Toothbrushes / toothpaste
Cable ties - Multi-tool - spade/saw/hammer - Nails - Metal wire - Knife - Pliers
Variety educational / children's items

Objective is to provide, with each Box, purified water for a family of 4 for 4 months.
A WorldWaterWorks product designed for Disaster Conditions requiring maximum supply of water filtration units.

More funds are urgently needed if further help is to be sent. Donations can be made by cheque to ‘Worldwaterworks Limited’ and sent to:-

Westfield Business Centre

32 Second Avenue,

Westfield Industrial Estate,   

Midsomer Norton,


Bath BA3 4BH

WorldWaterWorks Limited is a Registered Charity sponsored by the Rotary Club of Chelwood Bridge. For more information see www.worldwaterworks.org or call 01761-409115.