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Featured Campaign

Many Peace Corps Volunteers lost their project funding when they were evacuated due to COVID-19.
Help them complete their projects, working remotely with host country counterparts.

Gabriel Sandler

In Madagascar, by taking advantage of large roof structures on school complexes, communities can benefit from rain catchment systems that harvest rainwater and provide clean water for students and community members. In collaboration with a local social enterprise called Tatriano, this project will help a community install two rain harvesters at two schools in southeast Madagascar. These rain harvesters are simple yet durable  and do more than provide clean water for students and their families. They are job creators, educational opportunities, and models for the community. In addition to providing clean water, this project also provides access to educators who teach about WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) to maximize the benefits of this new resource. This project will directly benefit 756 students everyday they are at school and up to 360 people in the community.

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