NORMA improves water supply in rural areas of Brazil

NORMA Group, a global market leader in engineered joining technology, and the children’s aid organization, Plan International, are launching a social project in Brazil. The objective is to improve living conditions in the rural areas of Codó in the country’s Northeast. From the fall of 2017, newly constructed and repaired drinking water facilities in the state of Maranhão will give 200 families access to clean water.

Besides the access to clean water, 50 families will in addition benefit from newly-established vegetable gardens in schools and communities, providing healthy meals. Around 1,000 people will attend training courses on hygiene and health as well as human and children’s rights. NORMA Group designed the three-year project in collaboration with Plan International Deutschland e.V.

Besides the provision of functioning drinking water systems with filter systems and water tanks, committees will be set up for community members to exchange ideas and take care of the service and maintenance of the systems in the long term. In the first NORMA Clean Water project, NORMA Group has worked on improving water supply and hygiene as well as repairing sanitation facilities at 50 schools in India since 2014. Around 14,400 schoolchildren and teachers have benefited from these measures so far in the greater Pune area.


Previous articleSnow Phipps Group acquires Ideal-Tridon
Next articleNew gasket and braided hose range from BioPure