Solution SOUGHT. “Salamander” amphibious in nature worked its way at the Philippine auto arena as the world’s First Amphibian Tri-wheel vehicle and roused the interest of many. The advocacy is for us Filipinos weather the foreseeable yearly typhoon occurrence. Hence, brought the team to work its out of the box creation into life. Designed by the renowned Atoy Llave of Atoy Body kits, ventured with the experts in boat manufacturing Dominic Chung & company. With team in the right direction you could never go wrong working with their utmost dedication for the love of the country.
Philippines has experienced the most devastating typhoon in a quite surprising manner. In previous years, typhoons were not predicted accurately. Due to typhoon’s veracity, Philippines sustained thumps that more often lead to so much fatalities and destruction. Filipinos who reside at typhoon alleys were sometimes left for days due to lack of facilities on a macro rescue response level. With the yearly vast millions worth of wreckage, the government even bought Doppler weather radar that could predict precisely a low pressure as it builds up in a certain location to an oncoming typhoon detecting its Path And Strength Systematically as it "PASS" through Philippines’ area of responsibility. This in turn reduces mischief in mortality. As it is, flooded areas are always a given thus H2O has SOUGHT a solution for the need to device a concrete equation to a common problem.
H2O Technologies is partnering with non-government organization (NGO) that helps the Philippine government in dealing natural calamities like typhoons and massive flooding – the Philippine Red Cross.
The Red Cross provides critical disaster management services to local government units (LGU) severely affected by natural calamities like floods through its disaster relief activities like rescue operations, among others.
The partnership will help local government units manage natural calamities better with the pledge of 500 units of the H2O Salamander.
In order for this campaign to come to a fruition, an amount US$4.3 million needs to be raised.
The campaign will give social change supporters and anyone who cares for the country the opportunity to donate $10, $50, $100, $150 and $2,500 in this crowd funding campaign;
How it’s done
To achieve this goal, a crowd funding campaign via www.startsomegood.com, a platform for social enterprises, nonprofit projects and change makers was formed.
Aside from the opportunity to help and assist in dealing with and managing floods and other typhoon-related calamities much better, supporters will also receive the following:
For $10 support/donation:
For $100 support/donation:
For $150 support/donation:
For $2,500 support/donation:
The crowd source funding campaign will run from 27 June 2016 to 26 August 2016.
By logging on to www.startsomegood.com and with your support, you can take part in bringing a significant change that can help countless number of people’s lives during natural calamities, particularly severe flooding in the Philippines. And that change is the H2O Salamander.
Together, we can make a difference.