AguaParaVivir

Strike the rock, and water will come out of it for the people to drink. - Exodus 17:6

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Overview

Agua Para Vivir has the task of designing a water distribution network for the village of Cuchiverachi, Mexico. We are a group of senior civil/environmental engineering students from Calvin College. For more information on individual team members see the Team page.

Team 2

Left to Right: Drew Johnson, David Nyenhuis, Jason Van Kampen, Hendrik Vanderloo

 

Project Background

Cuchiverachi is a community which resides in the rural mountains of western Mexico comprised of 130 indigenous Tarahamara people. The nearest hospital has reported many cases of illnesses related to tainted drinking water and has concern for their current sanitary practices. For more information see the Project page.

Cuchiverachi, Mexico