Conclusion of Saintsagaan Water Filter Project – Mongolia

Conclusion of Saintsagaan Water Filter Project – MongoliaThis project has been completed under the direction of Peace Corps Volunteer Matthew Renninger and Megan Bush.

To read about the beginning of the project, CLICK HERE.

The project was to provide two high-quality water filters in public service locations.

Matthew reports:

We purchased both filters outlined in our project plan, translated the maintenance instructions, held a short training session, and installed them in the agreed upon sites.

Fortunately through shopping around and working through Peace Corps we were able to get a discount on the model we wanted, and next month we will be purchasing and installing 3 more systems at the local kindergarten and 2 more locations which will be selected after consideration of need.

Again thank you so much for your help in the facilitation of this project. It really will make a difference here, especially over the long term with the people who have access to the filters every day.

We again extend our thanks to Matthew and Megan for completing the project, and again wish to thank Daniel Renninger and Janet Bush for providing the funding for this project as well as for future projects in Mongolia.