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Water Kiosk Near School in Kibera
Image by University of Denver
The Rotary-initiated Kibera Project has installed more than a dozen 20-by-30-foot water stations in one of Kibera’s 13 “neighborhoods.” Each station is equipped with water basins, toilets and showers. DU students are researching how to make these water stations more effective and how to make the program sustainable. Even water that looks clean, including water from these stations, has to be sterilized to be safe to drink. DU students are planning a communication project for the summer of 2010 that will teach the residents of Kibera about sanitizing water and other hygiene issues.
Diabetes365 Day 20 Oct. 27th 2007- Water
Image by Bernard Farrell
Water is important for all of us. But with diabetes water is essential. Whenever my blood sugar is high, I drink a lot of extra water to help it come down faster.
We’re blessed to live in a town where the tap water is really clean and drinkable. Yum!
There is no cure for diabetes.
Indira Gandhi Kindergarten 2
Image by Middle East Children’s Alliance
Children drink clean water at the Indira Gandhi Kindergarten in Beit Lahia, Gaza thanks to the Maia Project and the Viva Palestina organizing group in SF Bay Area. This large kindergarten has 320 students. Credit: Afaq Jadeeda Association