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Batey 9, Dominican Republic Project Complete!

Posted by Steve Hall on June 21

After many months of preparation, World Water Relief successfully completed the installation of the PURA water filter system which will provide clean water for nearly 400 students, from kindergarten to eighth grade, who attend the Batey 9 primary school. In order to begin this project, the preliminary preparation required checking for water hardness on-site, communicating […]

MS 447 Carnival

Posted by Steve Hall on June 13

Grace O’Hara and Harry Schlossberg set up a booth at the MS 447 carnival on Wednesday, June 2 to raise money for their Expo Water Stewardship Project 2017. The two sixth grade students collected donations to help the Lwabyata Secondary School in Naskangola, Uganda raise money for a well. Their fellow students passed up on […]

Sauzana Primary School, Malawi WASH Project Complete!

Posted by Steve Hall on June 9

Sauzana is a medium-sized primary school in rural Lilongwe in Malawi with more than 500 students and 1,783 community members. Freshwater Project International, in partnership with Procter & Gamble and H2O for Life, implemented a comprehensive Water, Sanitation and Hygiene program at the school.   Before: The school had NO water point and students had to […]

Sunrise Park Middle School - Water Balloon Challenge

Posted by Steve Hall on June 7

On June 2, Sunrise Park Middle IB World School hosted a culminating activity for their H2O for Life service-learning project supporting La Esperanza School in Costa Rica. In the spring, Sunrise and Central Middle School students visited Costa Rica as a part of a program titled “Weekwithout Walls”. It has become an annual trip to […]

Salem Hills - Walk for Water

Posted by Steve Hall on June 7

These boys from Salem Hills Elementary asked if they could participate in their Walk for Water without shoes to experience what the girls at their partner school, Nasaruni Academy for Maasai Girls in Kenya, feel every day on their long journey for water. – Submitted by Jean White

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