GHD helps tsunami victims in Sri Lanka

Three water and salination engineers from professional services company, GHD, are providing relief by developing a water and sanitation program for the most severely affected districts in Sri Lanka as part of World Vision Australia’s Tsunami Emergency Response Project. GHD’s David Buckley, Gavin Morrison and Martina Cusack will focus on the establishment of clean water facilities and re-establishing sanitation systems. They will also develop long-term strategies for water and sanitation in the districts, as well as locate and train local subcontractors, increase the skills of local staff through workshops and training sessions, and develop financial guidelines for water and sanitation systems. The consultancy firm is also assisting World Vision Australia to procure specific equipment for the clean up, including 12 vacuum tankers and nine water bowsers. The team will train the staff in the use of these as well. The engineers will spend four to six weeks in Sri Lanka.

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