The folks at CRP aren't only making clean water a reality for the hill tribes of Thailand, They're becoming part of and helping a community. They're laying the ground work for people to be able to help themselves by creating sustainable water filtration systems and sharing the knowledge necessary to create healthy water habits.
The Christopher Robert Project are a truly outstanding organization. They have brought profound aid to hill tribes living among remote villages of Thailand. Through their efforts their team have done the Lord's work in managing to not only create clean water access to villagers but also provide education to the groups of children located there. Their mission to improve the well-being of others is simply admirable.
This is an awesome organization serving the communities to keep them safe. I am so glad that someone cares enough to continue the awesome service that they provide to people that don't have the alternative to obtain safe, clean water.
Best organization ive seen by far...helping out people in need
I truly believe this is a great start to a better future for all who are involved. So many lives will be touched and changed due to this Project. When I heard about this project, I said to myself I'd do anything I can to make sure this becomes successful!
I had the pleasure of going to Mae Jok village with the Christopher Robert Project three years ago. The experience was amazing and so were the kids, they were so excited to learn English on the iPads! Everybody in the village loves the Christopher Robert Project, they are very thankful for everything they have done. I will remember my trip to the jungle for the rest of my life.
Rip and Lynn have taken a calling and made it into a remarkable life changing movement. Providing the means to offer clean drinking water and implementing true change to the hill tribe villages. Their ability to seize opportunities and execute plans makes it one of the more effective Non Profits out there.
The Christopher Robert Project is doing wonderful work for people that have been overlooked by society. Safe drinking water is a right to every human being on the planet, even remote hill tribes that live in the jungle deserve clean water. I fully support the work they are doing and hope to be able to participate in a session one day.
I had the pleasure of working with this charity in 2015 teaching English in small villages. It was the best experience of my life!
Alice, thank you for this excellent review. I assure you the pleasure was ours! I'm glad we were able to provide you an experience memorable for life. We appreciate all our rural partners in the field.
Access to safe drinking water is a universal problem and something that is taken for granted. The Christopher Robert project is working to help villages in Thailand get safe drinking water and in the process, saving lives. The volunteers that help this non-profit are the real heroes and key to their success.
The Christopher Robert Project is the number one organization out there!!! It's wonderful to see this organization not only help out with education for the village, but to provide clean water for all . I look forward to joining the organization in person and continuing their work.
It’s so wonderful to see how many lives have been touched through the organization’s selfless and caring work offering clean water to these hill-tribe villages. I love how invested they are to their agenda and for the public to be part of their journey.
I had the pleasure of working with the Christopher Robert Project in 2013. The care, courtesy and professionalism that was shown by the staff and founders was excellent. All involved truly have their hearts in the right place and are very intent on improving the quality of life of all whom they encounter. Lynn and Rip are two of the most generous and good natured people that I have encountered during my life here in Thailand, and I am glad to have been able to work with them during over the course of two trips delivering educational supplies to hill tribe villagers in Northern Thailand.
Thank you James. The project's come a long way since 2013 and we like to think, achieving success through failure. Our greatest assets have been talented people like you braving collapsing floors in remote villages above the clouds to help us document stories of tiny villages in need.
Kai, thank you for your dedication!
Working with the Christopher Robert Project in the remote villages of northern Thailand has been the best experience of my life! I learned that Thailand's hill tribes earn less than $1 a day, which obviously places safe water out of reach for most village residents. I have seen empty water bottles and buckets littered around village homes in a constant effort to attain safe water. It's encouraging to know that villages are still happy with their filtered water after one year. I have seen both children and adults learn about safe water from CR Project Water and Sanitation Hygiene educators in the field. This small organization has quietly supplied their uniquely designed BSF units to villages with dire need. This organization will no doubt benefit from the help of volunteers, engineers, trusted advisors and university interns that will assist in placing even more filters in the coming year.
The buckets were there to carry ground water to the home daily and "littered about" is a fair statement. The buckets and containers used to sit uncovered, until needed. The CR Project's Jungle Water initiative has now eliminated the need for such containers as our CR BSF recipients now have point-of-use access to safe water right in their own home.
Lynn & Rip are a remarkable couple that has dedicated their life ( in honor of their son) to help others. We often take for granted things like Clean Water.. which is a necessity for life. I want to thank The Christopher Robert Project for going above & beyond! Their determination & selflessness is a rarity in this world.
Thank you for this kind review. Founders appreciate this kind review and quickly point out that our success is due to a dedicated team of like-minded professionals, volunteers and loyal individuals interested in providing safe water access for villages in dire need.
Rip and Lynn, the founders of the organization, are compassionate, honest and down to earth. They offer tremendous help in hill tribes villages in North Thailand, and they work very hard to raise the environmental awareness. I invite to join these great guys, share your ideas and support the local society. I am happy to be part of this project.
Doctor, researcher and author in Chinese medicine
Dr Niko, the CR Project Board of Directors welcomes you as our newest member. Your expertise has positively impacted our organization in a number of ways already and we look forward to many years of success placing filters and providing jobs.
The Christopher Robert Project is an amazing nonprofit and group of volunteers. Their progressive changes and innovation help the remote villages and children of Thailand in ways that directly impact families in need and improve their quality of life. The Christopher Robert Project is truly changing lives and giving hope for a healthier, better tomorrow. Thank you for everything you are doing and your love and dedication to the people of Thailand.
We strive every day to give our villages a healthier, better tomorrow. Your 4 star review means a great deal to our entire team of directors, professionals, volunteers and university interns!
I can't express how amazing this organization is! I actually live vicariously through the people who do so much for the hill tribes of Thailand! One day I hope to get there and see first hand! Until then I will help support them in other ways!
We invite you and others to join us on our Chiang Mai campus at any time. We look forward to seeing you and showing you the things we are doing to provide a safe drinking water alternative to bottled water and stored groundwater. Thank you sincerely Linda.
What an incredible non-profit this project is! What they do is just amazing, the care and compassion they have for these children and families is truly beautiful. There aren't many people who care about others as much as they do and devote their lives to helping others. What a blessing they are to these beautiful people!!
Our entire team is dedicated to the great cause of providing safe water access, we appreciate this nice comment about our founders.