How are your #SRWaterChallenge efforts helping improve water sustainability in #Tanzania? Check out the progress on some of @charitywater's projects on our blog: http://studentsrebuild.org/blog/2014-10-31/water-challenge-projects-progress
Our final #SRWaterChallenge webcast live from #Tanzania happens this Thursday morning at 9:30a.m. Eastern Time! Get all the details here: http://studentsrebuild.org/blog/2014-09-15/see-our-final-water-challenge-webcast
Where does the world’s largest supply of clean, safe drinking water come from? Learn more in our latest @charitywater guest post: http://studentsrebuild.org/blog/2014-09-02/about-rainwater-catchment-systems #SRWaterChallenge
Send your beads in for our special Earth Day Promotion—you could win a beautiful Vik Muniz poster, a Students Rebuild goodie box and a chance to participate in our September live webcast from Tanzania and more.
Tune in May 1st for our LIVE webcast in Tanzania from 9:30am-10:30am (EDT) hosted by a school in the Ngara District of Tanzania! http://studentsrebuild.org/watchtanzania Our partners Global Nomads Group and Concern Worldwide are in Tanzania getting ready for the broadcast. They also visited a protected spring. Photo: This structure was built to pipe clean water from the natural occurring spring up to a collection point where people who live around the area come and collect clean and safe…
Two days until the kickoff of the next Students Rebuild Challenge! Surveys by the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF from 45 developing countries show that women and children bear the primary responsibility for water collection in the majority of households. This is time they could otherwise spend earning income in a job, caring for family members, or going to school. http://studentsrebuild.org
En fotos: escuelas flotantes cambian la vida de miles de niños
We’re gearing up for our 2nd LIVE webcast in Tanzania to discuss the water crisis. It’s this Thursday, May 1st from 9:30am-10:30am (EDT). This photo shows our partners Global Nomads Group and Concern Worldwide heading out for a site visit at a school that will host the broadcast! http://studentsrebuild.org/watchtanzania