One of the biggest problems when it comes to infrastructure project in developing areas is the size of the projects. It is usually large scale projects that is most suitable for large communities such as cities and larger communities. This also is the general situation when it comes to water projects. When looking at the rural areas and countryside societies water is often a local resource – Villages and farms have started where one can find water and other prerequisites for farming. Usually the rural areas are last considered in these large scale projects – Naturally since the vast majority of people does not live in the countryside anymore.
But it is the countryside that provides the resources for the cities, especially when looking at producing food. Therefore we have concentrated or system to be suited for rural areas and smaller communities. This way we get smaller projects that each can be completed not being depended on when the big piping is passing the village and the farm. With many small projects we get a society that will move forward in all the places where conditions are met and the local participants are ready for the investment.
The challenge in this set up is the administration and financial system. It is easier to handle the administrative overhead when you have thousands of user to share it with. Therefore we have built an autonomy system based on information sharing on a block chain base. This way we can stimulate use and recycling with algorithms and automatic support systems. This gives us a local control of the water system in each project.
We have a flexible owner system for the facilities where local needs and wants decides how this set up will be done. If there is a strong commercial actor in the area they can be the owner of the system providing water for nearby housing community. But it can also be owned by the villagers or in a cooperative way together by members of the community – Commercial and inhabitants together. Each and every system is built around a local financial system working only with water issues. This decreases the administrative costs of the system since we do not have a service provider that are striving for increased profits. This system also decreases the impact of corruption since it is demand governed from local needs and we have a virtual cash flow within the system.