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KeesWayan
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We are a small foundation that help poor children in Java and Bali.
We running a orphanage in Yogyakarta and renovate schools in Bali.

Besides that we do several small projects.

At this moment we do actions for the victims of the earthquake. We have an own team in the area.

Take a look at the website for all information.Flowgi Foundation



KeesWayan
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Now daily reports from our staff in Bantul area. They work in the area with the victims of the earthquake, every day they report their experiences on our website and also new pictures.





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New fundraising action started for victims of the recent earthquake see website for details,Stichting Flowgi



Jeroen
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I see on the image on the website that you tell us water costs 1.30 euro (Rp 15.000) per 10 liters.

A gallon (19 liters) can be refilled for Rp 8.000 at my local shop, officially from Aqua. So can you explain to me why you tell your visitors that the cost is about 400% higher?

This image is what I mean




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Yeah....thats weird..... is a little smelly.....



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On 19-06-2006 11:02 dutchguy1000 wrote:
Yeah....thats weird..... is a little smelly.....

I sure hope to get some explanation about this.



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How can they possible cook the Mie without water?
You must be forced to buy water to cook the mie??
I am sorry if I get it wrong Jeroen .
Umberto



Jeroen
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Of course you need water, but the prices on the website look much too high to me.



hagen763
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That's why.
Umberto.



londoh
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For water from the tap (air bersih) I pay 20 - 25.000 Rp per month.



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On 19-06-2006 14:18 hagen763 wrote:
How can they possible cook the Mie without water?
You must be forced to buy water to cook the mie??
I am sorry if I get it wrong Jeroen .
Umberto


You cook your mie with bottle water??

so.... very luxe..... and really no need to do that. I cook my food always with tap water... never sick



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On 19-06-2006 14:24 londoh wrote:
For water from the tap (air bersih) I pay 20 - 25.000 Rp per month.


Shit, again I pay much more...... I think I'm ripped here... I pay something like 200.000 a month....



Jeroen
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Indeed Dutchguy.. I was thinking about drinking only, but using tap water for boiling is common use indeed. My water is from a well, so it's free Emoticon: Shiny



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Hi DG, I even make my coffee and tea with tap water. One get imune when using that. Just cook it long enough. It is bare nonsense to cook Mie with bottled water, but let's be honest, this is not written. But in my humble opinion to buy a tankwagon of air bersih is already a good thing for poor people, just give them a jerrycan. The old city of Solo get it's water from a source in Klaten that is made by he Dutch.I live south of Solo and the water comes from an artificial lake in Wonogiri, it is quite dirty from time to time. Emoticon: Shiny



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On 19-06-2006 14:53 Jeroen wrote: My water is from a well, so its free Emoticon: Shiny


Until now it's free, but the goverment is busy to tax it, as too many water is pumped from the ground on Java. It should be forbidden actually, because things run out of hand.



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On 19-06-2006 14:53 dutchguy1000 wrote:

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Shit, again I pay much more...... I think Im ripped here... I pay something like 200.000 a month....


Jakarta is much more expensive in many ways. Actually I had my PDAM water for free during 7 years, as I was not in "their system". Last year they changed all the pipes. One evening I came home and no water, they took away my meter as it was "illegal" next day I went to the office, paid 800.000 for a new meter and had water within 2 hours Emoticon: Yes!



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On 19-06-2006 15:01 londoh wrote:

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Until now its free, but the goverment is busy to tax it, as too many water is pumped from the ground on Java. It should be forbidden actually, because things run out of hand.


I agree..... A friend of mine in Jakarta has water that for sure comes from the ground and its brown most of the times.

All water should cost money, otherwise if used to much, the ground has no time to recycle and clean it....

And I also make my coffee with tap water Lon, with all the places I have lived, my body is imune for almost everything... he he he

One thing is good in indonesia, the almost always use the bottle to clean there as (same as i do)... that saves a huge amount in unneccesary toilet to flush the toilet...



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On 19-06-2006 15:01 londoh wrote:

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Until now its free, but the goverment is busy to tax it, as too many water is pumped from the ground on Java. It should be forbidden actually, because things run out of hand.


I wouldn't mind paying for it, but for now it's free, so I can enjoy this pleasure. Leaves the question where the 1.30 euro per 10 liters comes from. Emoticon: Smile



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On 19-06-2006 10:40 Jeroen wrote:
I see on the image on the website that you tell us water costs 1.30 euro (Rp 15.000) per 10 liters.

A gallon (19 liters) can be refilled for Rp 8.000 at my local shop, officially from Aqua. So can you explain to me why you tell your visitors that the cost is about 400% higher?

This image is what I mean

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Beetje flauwe opmerking Jeroen, ik ken deze organisatie redelijk goed en ik weet dat ze fantastisch werk doen.

Als we dan toch miereneukerig gaan doen wil ik jou ook nog wel ff corrigeren: een gallon is geen 19 liter maar 3,78 liter.

Ga er voor de rest maar van uit dat iedere euro die je aan die gasten geeft goed terechtkomt, dit soort kleinschalige organisaties (waar veel minder geld aan de strijkstok blijft hangen dan bij de grote jongens) zouden er veel meer moeten zijn!!


Gracias. Sama sama

Jeroen
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The things that they call 'galon' here, are 19 liters, that's what I aimed at.

Too bad there is no reaction from them. For now I keep it with small groups of volunteers that I have met with, so I know what people I'm dealing with. Works for me, others prefer to spend their money in another way. Fine with me as well.


(not the kid, the blue thing Emoticon: Wink )




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Sorry for the late reply. We were very busy with real important things like our actions in Bantul and area so not much time to follow this discussion.

Our local staff made in the first weeks after the earthquake small package with food and water.
A part of the package was a tray with small plastic cups of water with a total value of about Rp 15000.-.

I agree that the way it was explained was maybe not clear and gave a wrong idea about the prices.

If you still doubt about our organisation please take a look at the website, specially the videostream about our Yogya actions.

Hope this clears up the misunderstanding and ends this discussion.

Best regards,

Kees



Jeroen
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KeesWayan,

Thanks for your answer, that makes it perfectly clear to me Emoticon: Smile




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