For those of you who don't remember, last year we had a great giveback for Charity Water. We raised only $115 (excluding those of you who have donated since 2014), but we did manage to help a bit. Anyway, I got an email today saying the following:
to the field.
sites & begin
reports & send
finish the work
& train the
verify the data,
assign your dollars
to projects & send
you your report.
Thanks to you, our local partners, Samaritan's Purse and Clear Cambodia are busy helping communities build BioSand Filters in 360 villages and 72 schools, serving over 115,000 people.
The BioSand Filter is a simple, low-cost solution that cleans water quickly by using a biological process to take out 99% of the bacteria found in dirty water. Each BioSand filter costs about $65 and can serve a family of six. Learn more about our work with Clear Cambodia here »
In about 18 months when the projects are complete, we'll collect GPS coordinates, photos and other details about each community and show you the impact your campaign made in Cambodia. See an example of the report you'll receive when your project is ready.
If you have any questions at all, don't hesitate to email us.
-- the charity: water team