The Projects

Project Panama

A little and a little, collected together, becomes a great deal; the heap in the barn consists of single grains, and drop and drop make the inundation. -Saadi



Assist below poverty line townships gain access to clean water,  indoor light during,  and other innovative methods of technology that will help raise their standard of living.

The “How”

  • Water: “The Sawyer Point Zero Two Viral Water Purifier is perfect for medical facilities where a sterile environment is required as it delivers a 0.02 micron absolute removal rate, filtering all harmful bacteria AND viruses” (
  • Light: “What do you get with sunshine and an old plastic bottle filled with water and chlorine? Thanks to Alfred Moser and a group of MIT students, you get a 55-watt solar bulb that refracts sunlight! It’s powerful enough to light up a home but more than that it’s environmentally friendly, inexpensive, and easy to make.” (
  • Medical Supplies: TBD
  • Education/Awareness: TBD

Goals & Planning

The fundraising goal is currently set at $5,000. These funds will be used to secure

  • 25 Sawyer Point Zero Two Viral Water Purifier
  • 15 homes with indoor light
  • Medical Supplies: TBD
  • Education/Awareness: TBD

Execution Plan

Summer of 2014: Strategically disburse the solutions above across townships that will be able to collaborate, share, and cross train other neighboring townships who are also in need. A Panama Team has been built out with members who will play integral roles in identifying the families we will be directly working with, communicating our plan clearly, and following up to make sure maintenance and back testing as well is up to date as well as documenting the progress and acquiring feedback from the families we are helping.