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Provide 2000 with Water and Sanitation=WASH4Health
Provide 2000 with Water and Sanitation=WASH4Health
Provide 2000 with Water and Sanitation=WASH4Health
Provide 2000 with Water and Sanitation=WASH4Health
Provide 2000 with Water and Sanitation=WASH4Health
Provide 2000 with Water and Sanitation=WASH4Health
Provide 2000 with Water and Sanitation=WASH4Health
Provide 2000 with Water and Sanitation=WASH4Health
Provide 2000 with Water and Sanitation=WASH4Health
Provide 2000 with Water and Sanitation=WASH4Health

Dear Friends and partners,

Warm greetings from all of us on the frontlines of providing access to essential services to some of society's most vulnerable groups - children in schools and their communities. Over 21% of Sierra Leonean schools lack access to crucial water supply and toilet facilities, making it a significant burden on parents and their kids. With your support, we have been able to address these problems by starting with one school and a community at a time.

Christ The King Evangelical Lutheran Primary School in Bow Bow community, Western Rural District, houses pupils from six other catchment communities. We are 100% of rehabilitation work on a water facility that has failed for the past decade and whose collapse resulted in nearby neighborhoods retorting to fetching water from unprotected streams. Through initial support from The Project Solution, as earlier reported, and with the additional backing from Youth Partnership for Peace and Development, this facility has now been completed to assure safe and clean drinking water once again for the Bow Bow Community. Please see the link to a recent video of the facility we just handed to the school https://youtu.be/Sfgxjh3YoBw

Please keep us in mind as we continue finding sustainable solutions. Shere, support and pass on this project within your networks.

 Rehabilited water facility at CTKELPS in WARD-C

Best regards,

WASH-Net and Team

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Rehabilited water facility at CTKELPS in WARD-C
Rehabilited water facility at CTKELPS in WARD-C

Dear Friends and partners,

Warm greetings from all of us on the frontlines of providing access to essential services to some of society's most vulnerable groups - children in schools and their communities. Over 21% of Sierra Leonean schools lack access to crucial water supply and toilet facilities, making it a significant burden on parents and their kids. With your support, we have been able to address these problems by starting with one school and a community at a time.

Christ The King Evangelical Lutheran Primary School in Bow Bow community, Western Rural District, houses pupils from six other catchment communities. We are 100% of rehabilitation work on a water facility that has failed for the past decade and whose collapse resulted in nearby neighborhoods retorting to fetching water from unprotected streams. Through initial support from The Project Solution, as earlier reported, and with the additional backing from Youth Partnership for Peace and Development, this facility has now been completed to assure safe and clean drinking water once again for the Bow Bow Community. Please see the link to a recent video of the facility we just handed to the school https://youtu.be/Sfgxjh3YoBw

Please keep us in mind as we continue finding sustainable solutions. Shere, support and pass on this project within your networks.

 

Best regards,

WASH-Net and Team

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Dear friends,

Thank you all for the very generous supports as we introduce one of our newest partners helping us reach out to schools with access to conducive learning spaces through water supply, sanitation and hygiene services. Thank you to The Project Solution who is supporting this move. This project will build and rehabilitate water supply, toilets and hygiene facilities in the Western urban district of Freetown; providing the enabling environment for children especially the girl child to learn and thrive. The project will provide handwashing kits to three schools, rehabilitation of toilet facilities, water supply storage as well as facilitate training in the maintenance capacity of caretakers while reaching a total of 2500 children.

$1,700 has so far been transferred to us for the commencement and we look very much to updating you beyond this point. We are currently in the rains and the potentials for an early start is a little slim but we are very sure all delivery interventions will come to fruition in the dries. Please don't forget to keep sharing and letting the work out on this project and the needed contributions required to fully have it realized.

 

Warmest regards,

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Community Meeting in Pujehun District
Community Meeting in Pujehun District

Hello friends,

Greetings from Sierra Leone and best wishes that it finds you well. The past couple of months have not been easy but with your supports; moral as well as financial, we have been able to keep firm in engaging as many communities as possible.

Recently, we welcome Friends International Inc. Western New York into Sierra Leone and part of their mission was to identify and establish modalities for operations in some of our operational districts. We will keep this partnership alive while amplifying the impact and reach to people and their communities where these programs that we provide are most needed.

Please don't forget to share this project across your networks.

Best regards,

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Dear friends and partners,

We thank you for your golden supports and contributions to our work. What more could we have done without your continued interest in what we do and the communities we work with? For the period under review, not much was done due to challenges we are still working to surmount in addition to funding constraints to full go at scale in some of the communities.

We are however optimistic that this situation will change and we'll be sure of going back to the field while continuing to amplify impact and put more smiles on the faces we touch with access to essential WASH services.

Best regards,

Musa Soko

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Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Network (WASH-Net)

Location: Freetown, Western Urban - Sierra Leone
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Project Leader:
Musa Soko
Freetown, Western Urban Sierra Leone
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