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Brave Stars Project Complete

Posted by Steve Hall on November 8

Our implementing partner, Ugandan Water Project, erected a 10,000-liter polyethylene tank on a base made of brick, hard core, and cement. Once cured, the crew placed the tank on the base, made an overflow hole in the top of the structure and attached a pipe to it that extends six inches beyond the perimeter of […]

Bukusu Primary Project Complete

Posted by Steve Hall on November 8

Our implementing partner, Ugandan Water Project, erected a 10,000-liter polyethylene tank on a base made of brick, hard core, and cement. Once cured, the crew placed the tank on the base, made an overflow hole in the top of the structure and attached a pipe to it that extends six inches beyond the perimeter of […]

Tsiyinu, Ghana project

Posted by Steve Hall on November 1

Tsiyinu is a rural community located in the South Dayi District, Ghana. The population of Tsiyinu, according to the 2020 Ghana Statistical Authority, is 3,707. The major economic activity in the community is subsistent farming and hunting. The people are friendly and accommodating. Tsiyinu Community School was established in 1990 by the Government of Ghana […]

Istek Uluğbey Walk for Water

Posted by Steve Hall on October 19

İstek Uluğbey Private High School in Istanbul, Turkey, aims to engage, educate, and inspire its students to become global citizens. With this project, Uluğbey HS aims to increase awareness regarding the urgency and gravity of the global water crisis amongst the students and all stakeholders including staff & parents. “Our goal is to increase awareness […]

VIP Latrine Construction - Maggya School

Posted by Steve Hall on October 18

In Mpigi, Uganda, our implementing partner, Drink Local Drink Tap has partnered with the community and school for many years. BEFORE: Maggya Primary School was in dire need of two latrine blocks (VIP- ventilated improved pit latrines) to help 513 students and teachers. The stench of the old latrines was unbearable, they were cracked everywhere […]

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