Construction to improve the fresh water system in the village of Tovu in Totoya Island was completed in two weeks!
Thanks to a successful collaboration between Honor Journeys managed by Taylor Broussard and PBF’s Relations Director Roko Josefa Cinavilakeba, together they saw the project from design to completion. Well done you guys!
Honor Journeys is a non-profit organization that aims to implement drinking water solutions for global communities and to preserve the health of the oceans, support education, honor indigenous culture, and to raise awareness of the impacts of climate change on the coastal communities who often contribute to it the least.
The design for Tovu’s fresh water system included a reinforced concrete foundation and a timber shade shelter. The design was completed by Taylor Broussard (University of North Florida Civil Engineering Graduate) and Roko Josefa Cinavilakeba (Professional Architect). The design was checked by Maika P.V. Tuicakau (Structural Engineering Professor at Fiji National University).
See the full report of the Water Upgrade System at Tovu Totoya