Project

Kankalay Islamic School

Sierra Leone 1800 beneficiaries
Founded in 1982, Kankalay Islamic School is an infant, primary, and secondary school in Sierra Leone. 
They currently have a water source on campus, but this source is a contaminated hand-dug well (a photo of this is included). This school is within reach of 1 of our implementing partners, Water4, NUMA Systems in Sierra Leone. Their team in Sierra Leone will be installing a Premium NUMA Now connection, a free first year of maintenance, and a hand washing station. The school would then be responsible to purchase water as they need.
Water4 NUMA piped water networks are designed to serve communities of up to 3,000 people. A NUMA network includes a solar-powered central NEXUS station with filtration & pumping technology, and up to four NODE extensions linked to the NEXUS to serve as satellite water distribution points.

Project Sponsors

Katie Spotz

Mentor, OH

Kyle Rasmussen

Yakima, WA

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