Two photos taken by RPW Manager Monifa Fiu during a site visit in Sigatoka. Fiji is beautiful!
RPW team members Ravikesh and Eric set off for Northern Fiji to a settlement named Navatu early Monday morning accompanied by RPW’s new surveying tool, the Abney level. The idea of utilizing an Abney level in surveying the land’s topography is to produce more precise measurements of the angles between two points. Once the angles are determined, the water system may be designed more effectively.
Both Ravikesh and Eric practiced using the abney level prior to executing the study, and the 18th was time to make actual use of the tool. Upon arrival to Navatu, members of the settlement greeted Ravi and Eric. After a casual introduction, the settlement members and RPW joined forces in walking the future water distribution line from the water storage tank to each community structure that will receive water. During the three-hour long hike through the settlement, the weather was sunny, and people’s spirits were high. The topographic study produced the necessary data for designing a water system, and Navatu Settlement is optimistic that the water system will be realized in early January.
The participation of Rotary Pacific Water with other stakeholders and government department representatives in WASH in Emergency Training Workshop organised by Ministry of Health and UNICEF.