You are here* Projects / Internat School Water Project - Ukraine / Conclusion of Internat School Water Project – Ukraine

Conclusion of Internat School Water Project – Ukraine


Conclusion of Internat School Water Project – UkraineThis project has been completed under the direction of Peace Corps Volunteer Karin Jones. To read about the beginning of the project, CLICK HERE.

The project was to install a water filtration system, and provide hot water for the kitchen and shower room.

Karin reports:

After receiving the funds from Appropriate Projects, we purchased two water heaters and a filtration system. The janitor of the school installed the filters.

The water heaters were installed by a friend of the director, who works at a company that does such work, without charge.

The water heater in the kitchen now enables the staff to wash dishes with hot water. This will lead to cleaner dishes, which is more hygienic, especially in a school environment.

The water heater in the in the bathroom now allows the students to use hot water when taking showers and washing their hands.

The water filter in the medical clinic means that clean water can be used when treating patients, and the children have safe drinking water.

Thank you so much for providing the funds. It makes a big difference in their lives!

We wish to thank Karin for completing this project, and again wish to thank The Soneva SLOW LIFE Trust for providing the funding.

Conclusion of Internat School Water Project – UkraineConclusion of Internat School Water Project – Ukraine

This Is a Legacy Site

To see our latest projects, please go to http://watercharity.com
This site is no longer maintained and everything that was here is now posted over there. Thank you for your consideration.

New Water Charity Site

Water CharityPlease visit our new "all-encompassing" website for Water Charity. Everything from this site and the old WC site is now there. This legacy site is not being maintained. Click the logo above to be taken to our spiffy new location!

Project Status

Syndicate

Syndicate content