On this platform we want to tackle the following projects.
Each project is about something very important that helps the Lantawos.

The drinking water

In addition to all the larger and smaller current projects that we want to implement, one thing is even more important: drinking water. Our goal is to be able to finance 500 bottles of drinking water per month – also together with local drinking water producers – because that is the monthly requirement of some families who live in particularly remote areas.
Unlike the other projects, this project will only end when the Wichí have access to clean tap water or when we find a local drinking water producer who will sponsor the Wichí with the 500 bottles. Until that happens, you can help here:

Potable Water Campaign

The solar cookers

The solar cookers
Cooking in the sun has many advantages over cooking with wood. Wood is often only available in limited quantities. If there is no wood, it must be bought. It is also difficult to store wood dry. Solar energy is sustainable. Solar cookers are not intended to replace cooking with wood, but to complement it.
The project is finished! Thanks to all who helped with sharing and/or donations. The solar cookers are on their way to the Wichí. Soon you will learn more about it here.

The compost toilets

Because of the poor hygiene conditions, diseases are often transmitted. Compost toilets are a simple, environmentally friendly and hygienic alternative.
The project has not yet started. Soon you will find out more about it here.

The brick oven

With a brick making oven, many families can produce material for building their houses at low cost. They can sell the bricks they do not need themselves, which benefits the whole community.
The project has not yet started. Soon you will find out more about it here.

Walipini: the earth greenhouse

Walipinis enable a high-yielding harvest even under extreme conditions. Walipinis can keep the temperature constant because the underground earth walls store heat and moisture. This minimises water consumption – which is very important where the Lantawos live.
The project has not yet started. Soon you will find out more about it here.