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Chala’s Public School Sanitation Project - Georgia

Chala’s Public School Sanitation Project - Georgia
Location
Chala Village, Sackhere District, Imereti Region, Republic of Georgia

Community Description
Located in the region of Imereti, the village of Chala is a quaint farming village with a population around 1,000 people. The village is about 178 km from Tbilisi and 10 km from Perevi. Perevi is the bordering village to the Administrative Boundary Line with South Ossetia.

Chala’s Public School is located in the center of the village and has students from surrounding villages attending (Speti, Darka, Jria, and Orguli). The school serves about 280 students, grades 1-12.

Although the school was renovated in 2006, it is in need of maintenance and repair. The school has modern technologies and infrastructure (i.e. computers, a projector, electricity, chalk, blackboards, a library and overall quality of the building’s structure) to provide the education to their students. However, the school is lacking basic sanitation in the school yard.

Chala’s Public School Sanitation Project - GeorgiaProblem Addressed
An open outdoor faucet exists that is used not only by the school children, but also the staff (to wash their hands, to drink, and to clean their black board erasers) and the local shop owners (to wash their hands, drink, and wash their dishes). In addition, local villagers’ animals wander into the school enclosure and drink from the puddle left by the faucet usage, and even directly from the facet.

Water that comes down from the mountains is stored in a tank and is readily available. However, the area around the faucet is unsanitary and hazardous to the wellbeing of the community. The leaky open faucet creates large puddles and a muddy school yard. Water freely flows out of the school yard and pollutes the village center.

Project Description
This project is to provide for a comprehensive sanitary faucet system at the school.

The system will include a leach field that will help remove standing water from the school yard.

The work will include the following:

 

  • Change the pipes in the existing faucet system in the school yard
  • Move the faucet to a better suited area of the yard
  • Create an underground run off system to ensure no flooding
  • Create a sturdier faucet structure that keeps animals away from the tap 

Chala’s Public School Sanitation Project - GeorgiaA local handyman, two teachers, and their students will be responsible for repairs, with daily oversight by the involved teachers and the PCV.

Water Charity funds will be used to purchase the materials, including piping, fittings, fixtures, and cement, and to pay for skilled labor as needed.

In the future, the school will create a new square around the water facet in order to create a cleaner and aesthetic environment. This will include better ways to keep out the animals.

Project Impact
600 people will benefit from the project, including students, staff, shopkeepers, and members of the community.

Peace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Nicole Kennedy

Comments
This is an important project that will improve the health and wellbeing of the people who go to the school each day and members of the surrounding community.

Dollar Amount of Project
$300.00

Donations Collected to Date
$140.00

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Donations of any amount will be appreciated. The full amount will give you "naming rights", if that is something you would like.

Any contributions in excess of the Dollar Amount of Project will be allocated to other projects directed by this PCV and/or projects of other PCVs in this country.

Dollar Amount Needed
$160.00

 

 

This project has been finished. To read about the conclusion of the project, CLICK HERE.

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Third Public School of Sagarejo Water Project - Georgia

Third Public School of Sagarejo Water Project - GeorgiaLocation
Sagarejo, Kakheti, Georgia

Community Description
Sagarejo is a small, agrarian town located near the Azeri border in East Georgia. Sagarejo's climate is arid, and in the summer temperatures will reach the 40s (Celsius).

Sagarejo is a heavily agricultural community composed mostly of ethnic Georgians and Azeris (who are the minority).

The Third Public School of Sagarejo serves the community’s poorest populations, including many ethnically Azeri children. Due to local political alliances and the location on the outskirt of the town, it receives the smallest amount of funding from the local government.

Third Public School of Sagarejo Water Project - GeorgiaThere was once a water faucet in the school’s yard, but part of its piping was removed and sold years ago.

Problem Addressed
Due to a shortage in funding, and the inability of the parents to donate funds, the school lacks the basic means to supply water to its children. This means children are unable to wash their hands or to get a drink during their day at school.

Project Description
This project is to install a water system to provide for the needs of the school.

Piping will be run from a nearby water supply pipeline to the tap in the front yard of the school and to the bathroom area. A water fountain will be built in the front yard, and a sink will be installed next to the outdoor bathroom.

The work will be done by a local plumber under the direction of the school director. The director will purchase the materials in Sagarejo or in Tbilisi from local providers.

Third Public School of Sagarejo Water Project - GeorgiaWater Charity funds will be used to purchase the materials, including piping, fittings, and cement, and also to pay for the skilled labor.

Parents will donate money to purchase stones, clamps, iron pipes, the faucet, and insulation, and will cover any unexpected expenses.

Project Impact
70 students and 25 teachers will directly benefit from the project.

Peace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Emily New, PCRV

 

Comments
This is an important project for the school, and will improve the health and wellbeing of the students and teachers.

Emily is a Peace Corps Response Volunteer (PCRV), having served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Georgia from 2010 to 2012.

Dollar Amount of Project
$555.00

Donations Collected to Date
$555.00

Dollar Amount Needed
$0.00 - This project has been funded through the generosity of the Paul Bechtner Foundation.

We encourage others to continue to donate using the Donate button below, and we will notify PCRV Emily New of your donation. Additional funds will be used to fund the next project by Emily and/or those of other PCVs in the country of service.

 

 

This project has been finished. To read about the conclusion of the project, CLICK HERE.

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Fund New Life School Bathroom Project - Georgia

Fund New Life School Bathroom Project - Georgia
Location
Telavi, Kakheti Region, Georgia

Community Description
Fund New Life School in Telavi, Georgia, is the only school for children with disabilities in eastern Georgia. Children from ages 2 to adult attend the school. It is an integrated school for all children, but about half have mental or physical disabilities of varying degrees. Some are in wheelchairs and only have the limited use of their hands.

Music and drama are used as teaching tools enjoyed by all. The school is also a center for many types of programs for the community of Telavi, including those for holidays and memorials. Dance classes and music concerts are also given. Two water closets on the second floor of the school are leaking at the sewer flange and need to be resealed. In addition, the mating flange on each of the sewer lines will have to be replaced, which may necessitate that a portion of each sewer line will be replaced.

The water closet located on the rear second floor of the building shows evidence of leakage at the sewer connection and will also be require to be resealed.

Fund New Life School Bathroom Project - GeorgiaThe leaking water closets have caused mold and mildew to be formed and the ceiling to fall in the main office on the first floor, making the office unusable, unsafe, and unsanitary. The floors stay wet, which can easily cause more accidents and disease.

Project Description
This project is to repair 2 bathrooms on the second floor of the school.

The work to be done is as follows:

 

  • Toilet tank flush replacement 2 pc.
  • Replacement of 2 water sinks
  • Replace water cut-off/tap Arko 5 pcs.
  • Replace main bowl pipe 1 pc.
  • Plastic pipeline for water in hall
  • Replacement of plastic tap/cut/off 20mm
  • Replacement of plastic tap/cut-off 25mm
  • Repair of heating boiler reservoir

Water Charity funds will be used to hire the plumber as well as purchase the materials needed for repairs. Materials include piping, fixtures, faucets, and valves.

Fund New Life School Bathroom Project - GeorgiaFund New Life School will use 4 members of staff to help carry supplies and to help the plumber as needed.

Project Impact
300 people will benefit from the project.

Peace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Carolyn Ayres

Comments
This is an important infrastructure project that will improve the health and wellbeing of students and staff.

Dollar Amount of Project
$555.00

Donations Collected to Date
$0.00

ADOPT THIS PROJECT BY CONTRIBUTING THE DOLLAR AMOUNT NEEDED BELOW

Donations of any amount will be appreciated. The full amount will give you "naming rights", if that is something you would like.

Any contributions in excess of the Dollar Amount of Project will be allocated to other projects directed by this PCV and/or projects of other PCVs in this country.

Dollar Amount Needed
$555.00

 

 

This project has been finished. To read about the conclusion of the project, CLICK HERE.

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Chiatura Public School #4 Water Project - Georgia

Chiatura Public School #4 Water Project - Georgia

Location
Chiatura, Imereti Region, Georgia

Community Description
Chiatura is a small town located in the beautiful, temperate Imereti region of Georgia. When accounting for all of its surrounding villages, Chiatura has a population of around 20,000. The main industry is the mining of manganese, a silvery-grey metal which resembles iron.

There are nine public schools in the area. Chiatura Public School #4 has approximately 360 students (grades 1-12) and 42 teachers. The 4-story school lacks basic water and sanitation.

The teacher’s bathroom, located on the first floor of school, lacks running water, electricity, and ventilation.

Chiatura Public School #4 Water Project - GeorgiaProject Description
This project is to renovate the teacher’s bathroom at the school.

Piping will be installed to bring water from the source to the bathroom. Water will then be supplied to the toilet and sink. Electricity will be made available in the bathroom for lighting. A small window will be cut into the wall for ventilation. A small soap box will be installed to be used for handwashing.

All of the work will be done by the father of one of the students at a reduced rate.

Water Charity funds will be used to purchasing the pipe, a new sink basin, and the electrical fixtures, as well as to pay for the labor.

Project Impact
360 students and 42 teachers will benefit the project, as well as those who visit the school for meetings and events.

Chiatura Public School #4 Water Project - GeorgiaPeace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Danae Olsen

Comments
This project represents an important step toward providing the school with a basic level of hygiene and sanitation.

Dollar Amount of Project
$550.00

Donations Collected to Date
$40.00

Dollar Amount Needed
$510.00

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Any contributions in excess of the Dollar Amount of Project will be allocated to other projects directed by this PCV and/or projects of other PCVs in this country.
 

This project has been finished. To read about the conclusion of the project, CLICK HERE.

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Ilia Chavchavadze Public School Number 1 Water Project - Georgia

Ilia Chavchavadze Public School Number 1 Water Project - GeorgiaLocation
Kvareli, Kvareli Municipality, Kakheti Region, Georgia

Community Description
Kvareli (population 9,000) is a small town tucked into the Caucasus Mountains, about 2 hours northwest of Tbilisi. It’s known for its vineyards and beautiful lakes, and thrives as a tourist destination in the fall and summer.

Ilia Chavchavadze Public School Number 1, located in Kvareli, serves 470 students, grades 1-12. Founded in 1897, the school has fallen into disrepair and is in need of major renovations and updates, including the installation of sinks for the student bathroom.

Since the school was first built, it has never had running water in the bathroom, or sinks for the students to wash their hands. The administrators tried to organize a hand washing system, but without funding to purchase a pump and other necessary equipment, they were unable to move forward.

Ilia Chavchavadze Public School Number 1 Water Project - GeorgiaRecently, the school was able to purchase and install pipes, but the water only flows to the teachers’ bathroom. Because of this, however, it is now possible to reroute the water from the pipes to the student bathroom, but the school does not have the financial resources available to manage the project. What little funds they do have are spent on heating for the winter months.

Project Description
This project is to bring running water to the students’ bathroom and sinks for hand washing. Upon completion there will be 2 working sinks, located outside of the boys’ and girls’ bathrooms.

School administrators will purchase the materials including a water tank, pipes, sinks, and taps. Labor workers from the community will install the new pipes, which will allow the water from the current pipes to be rerouted to the student bathroom. Using a water pump and new tubing, water will then be connected to the sinks, which will be installed by the workers.

The community and school administrators have shown great dedication to this project. They helped write the application and also developed the budget. They will also purchase the materials necessary, hire the labor, and ensure the project is completed successfully.

Ilia Chavchavadze Public School Number 1 Water Project - GeorgiaWater Charity funds will be used for the materials listed above and local labor.

Project Impact
540 people will benefit from this project, including 470 students and 70 teachers.

Peace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Susan Burkhart

Comments
This is an important infrastructure for the school. It will improve the hygiene and wellbeing of the students and staff.

Dollar Amount of Project
$555.00

Donations Collected to Date
$555.00 + additional amounts for future projects

Dollar Amount Needed
$0.00 - This project has been fully funded through the generosity of Wilco Krul, of Einhoven, Netherlands and Joe Randall, of Athens, GA, USA, with the help of other friends and family of Peace Corps Volunteer Susan Burkhart.

We encourage others to continue to donate using the Donate button below, and we will notify Susan of your donation. Additional funds will be used to fund the next project by Susan and/or those of other PCVs in the country of service.

 

 

 

This project has been finished. To read about the conclusion of the project, CLICK HERE.

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Youth Café & Learning Center Bathroom Project - Georgia

Youth Café & Learning Center Bathroom Project - Ukraine
Location
Rustavi, Kvemo Khartli Region, Georgia

Community Description
Rustavi, Georgia is located just 25 km from the capital city Tbilisi. Even though Rustavi is one of Georgia's larger cities, it is considered rural, with its small diverse communities.

Youth Café & Learning Center Bathroom Project - Ukraine

Georgian Youth for Europe (GYE) works mainly with young people aged 12-25, with a mission to empower youth of the Kvemo Kartli Region of Georgia to achieve their full physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and spiritual potential both as individuals and as responsible citizens.

GYE pursues multiple program directions to achieve this mission. It promotes learning through peer-education training and workshops on art and management, healthy lifestyles by organizing outdoor activities, hobby clubs, and first aid courses, democratic principles by offering trainings on human rights, environmentally-conscious behavior, by raising public awareness about environmental issues through demonstrations, yard clean-up campaigns, after-school environmental education, movie-making on environmental problems, Eco-Gardens, and activities to recycle litter into saleable products.

The Youth Café & Learning Center is in need of a complete renovation, including to its sanitation facilities.

Project Description
This project is to build bathrooms and a wash area at the Youth Café & Learning Center.

The water source will be a water tank on the roof of the adjoining apartment building. The water lines will be connected through the outside wall of the apartment building.

Four water lines will be run into the two separate bathrooms and a sink room. There will be a cold and hot water line for the sink and two cold water lines going to each of the two toilets. The drain lines will run from both the toilets and sink in through the wall to the outside tank.

The project will be implemented under the direction of GYE. Master plumbers and electricians are available to do the work.

Water Charity funds will be used for the plumbing materials, including piping for the supply and drain lines. They will also be used to purchase two Western-style toilets, one for men and the other for women, and one communal sink, to be located on the outside of the closed-door bathrooms.

Youth Café & Learning Center Bathroom Project - UkraineThe bathrooms and wash area project constitutes a portion of a larger endeavor to renovate the space to be used by the Youth Café & Learning Center. It includes new floors in the Youth Café, new windows, doors, walls, lighting, equipment, and furniture. The new space will be connected to the existing office space.

Project Impact
Over 100 youth and volunteers will benefit from the project within the first year.

Peace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Gus Davidson

Comments
This is an important project to enable a local organization to deliver needed services to an unserved community.

Dollar Amount of Project
$555.00

Donations Collected to Date
$0.00

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Donations of any amount will be appreciated. The full amount will give you "naming rights", if that is something you would like.

Any contributions in excess of the Dollar Amount of Project will be allocated to other projects directed by this PCV and/or projects of other PCVs in this country.

Dollar Amount Needed
$555.00

 

 

This project has been finished. To read about the conclusion of the project, CLICK HERE.

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Abasha School No. 1 Water Project - Georgia

Abasha School No. 1 Water Project - GeorgiaLocation
Abasha, Samegrelo Zemo Svaneti Region, Georgia

Community Description
Abasha is a small town in Geogia's northwest province of Samegrelo, with a population of over 6,400. It is about 275 km west of Georgia's capital, Tbilisi, and about 50 km inland from the Black Sea. The town serves as the administrative center for the Abasha District.

Abasha is inhabited mostly by Mingrelians, an ethnic subgroup of Georgians. Samegrelo was caught in the middle of two wars in the last two decades, and is now home to many IDP (Internally Displaced Persons) settlements.

Abasha School No. 1 serves 640 students, grades 1-12. The school has modern technologies, such as a computer room, a projector and an indoor gym. However, the school is lacking basic water and sanitation in the school bathrooms.

Abasha School No. 1 Water Project - GeorgiaThe school had running water in the past. However, the water pump and piping deteriorated to the point where it is no longer salvageable.

Project Description
This project will bring running water to the existing toilets and sinks in the girl’s and boy’s bathrooms.

Upon completion, there will be 10 flushing toilets (5 in each bathroom) and 4 sinks (2 in each bathroom).

Community workers will use a power drill to dig into the earth outside of the bathrooms. They will drill around 10-15 meters, until they reach a water source.

Using a water pump and new tubing, water will be brought inside the bathrooms to be connected with the toilets and sinks.

Abasha School No. 1 Water Project - GeorgiaWater Charity funds will used for tools and materials, including iron cutting stones (3), water pump, rubber pipe (12 meters), plastic tubing (25 meters), fittings, and bolts.

Project Impact
640 students will benefit from the project.

Peace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Thomas Babington

Comments
This is a necessary project for the school to be able to offer adequate sanitation services to the students and staff. It builds on existing resources and utilizes volunteer community effort to take a modest contribution and create a functional system.

Dollar Amount of Project
$555.00

Donations Collected to Date
$555.00

Dollar Amount Needed
$0.00 - This project has been fully funded through the generosity of friends, family, and supporters of Peace Corps Volunteer Thomas Babington.

We encourage others to continue to donate using the Donate button below, and we will notify Thomas of your donation. Additional funds will be used to fund the next project by Thomas and/or those of other PCVs in the country of service.

This project has been finished. To read about the conclusion of the project, CLICK HERE.

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Adigeni School Water Project - Georgia

Adigeni School Water Project - Georgia
Location
Adigeni, Adigeni District, Samtskhe-Javakheti Region, Georgia

Community Description
Adigeni is a district in Georgia's southern region of Samtskhe-Javakheti covering an area of about 800 km2. It has a population of over 20,000 people.

The Adigeni public school serves about 200 students from 1st through 12th grades from the Adigeni municipal areas and sm

Adigeni School Water Project - Georgia

aller surrounding communities.

There is existing access to the public water supply on the far side of the school yard, approximately 150 ft. from the bathrooms. The piping is damaged, and water leaks onto the school exercise yard making large parts of it unusable. The bathrooms have no water supply, so water must be carried from the nearest source.

Project Description
This project is to bring water to a convenient location on the school grounds and install a sink next to the school bathroom building.

Water Charity funds will be used for materials, including new pipes and a basic sink.

All labor involved in laying the pipes, connecting them to the public water line, and installing the sink, is being furnished by community members whose children attend the school.

Project Impact
Over 200 students and staff will directly benefit from the project. Additionally it will relieve community members who live adjacent to the school of the responsibility of providing water for drinking and washing to students.

Adigeni School Water Project - GeorgiaPeace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Colin Shepley

Comments
This is an important infrastructure project, bringing water to the bathrooms, where it will be available to serve the needs of the students. It will have immediate health benefits and improve the wellbeing of those that attend the school and also the surrounding neighbors.

Dollar Amount of Project
$400.00

Donations Collected to Date
$20.00

ADOPT THIS PROJECT BY CONTRIBUTING THE DOLLAR AMOUNT NEEDED BELOW

Donations of any amount will be appreciated. The full amount will give you "naming rights", if that is something you would like.

Any contributions in excess of the Dollar Amount of Project will be allocated to other projects directed by this PCV and/or projects of other PCVs in this country.

Dollar Amount Needed
$380.00

 

 

This project has been finished. To read about the conclusion of the project, CLICK HERE.

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Tkibuli Public School No. 1 Water Project - Georgia

Tkibuli Public School No. 1 Water ProjectLocation
Tkibuli, Imereti Region, Republic of Georgia

Community Description
The mountain town of Tkibuli is located at the foot of the Nakerela mountain in west-central Georgia. It is situated at the northern top of the region Imereti, close to the region Rach'a, located between two man-made reservoirs.

Tkibuli is known for coal mining, as it had nine functional mines at one point in time. Only one is functional now, however. It's also known for its tea, which is sold throughout the country.

Tkibuli Public School No. 1 is located in Tkibuli. Water is available at the school from the central city water supply. The central pipes go to a well that is in the yard. From the well there is underground piping that is connected to the toilets and sinks in the school building.

The piping system deteriorated such that as of 2 years ago, the sinks and toilets could not be used.

Tkibuli Public School No. 1 Water ProjectProject Description
This project is to install running water to supply the bathrooms at the school.

The project will bring running water to two sinks in the students’ bathrooms, and to 12 toilets in both the students’ and teachers’ bathrooms. (The teachers’ bathrooms already have sinks with running water.)

Water Charity funds will be used to buy materials, including 15 meters of flashing hose, 11 flash top locks, two taps, 11 connecting hoses, and 12 tanks. They will also pay for some skilled labor.

The community will provide workers to help with the installations.

A local doctor will facilitate free hygiene/hand-washing trainings prior to the official opening of the new facilitates.

Tkibuli Public School No. 1 Water ProjectIn addition, the workers will instruct and facilitate a technical training, which will show eventual users how to use and properly maintain the new equipment.

Project Impact
548 students and 47 teachers will benefit from the project.

Peace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Drew Sullivan

Comments
The project will give the students and teachers the opportunity to flush the toilets and properly wash their hands. This will improve and promote hygiene and healthy habits at the school.

Dollar Amount of Project
$520.00

Donations Collected to Date
$520.00

Dollar Amount Needed
$0.00 - This project has been fully funded through the generosity the friends and family of Peace Corps Volunteer Drew Sullivan.

We encourage others to continue to donate using the Donate button below, and we will notify Drew of your donation. Additional funds will be used to fund the next project by Drew and/or those of other PCVs in the country of service.

This project has been finished. To read about the conclusion of the project, CLICK HERE.

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Akhaltsikhe Kindergarten #3 Water Project - Georgia

Akhaltsikhe Kindergarten #3 Water Project - GeorgiaLocation
Akhaltsikhe, Samtskhe-Javakheti Municipality, Georgia

Community Description
Akhaltsikhe is the regional center of the Samtskhe-Javakheti region in Georgia. It is a small city with about 25,000 people. It is one of the most culturally and religiously diverse regions in Georgia.

Akhaltsikhe Kindergarten #3 is home to 138 children from 1 to 5 years old, and 16 staff members, for at least 10 hours a day. Currently, there is water coming into the building, but because the pipes are faulty, the water is only accessible in the kitchen.

Lack of running water to the bathrooms and kitchen because of broken and faulty pipes is a major concern for the kindergarten staff and keeps them from providing very basic hygiene standards for themselves and the kids.

Akhaltsikhe Kindergarten #3 Water Project - GeorgiaIn the winter, the kindergarten staff gets water from the neighbors. This happens often because of frozen water pipes. For this reason, the staff makes hard decisions about when and how to use the water they can access. Sometimes the floors where the children crawl and play is not cleaned as often as it would be if access to water was better distributed throughout the kindergarten. This problem can be reduced through replacing some of the old piping.

The NGOs currently working in the region mostly provide support in the villages, so often the kindergartens in the city are overlooked. Needs that are not being met by the government are often donated by parents and caring staff members. For this reason, support for such projects is still very much a combined effort in and outside of the community.

Project Description
This project is to make water accessible throughout the kindergarten facility.

Water Charity funds will be used to do the following:

  1. Change pipes on the second floor so the water can be accessed in the bathrooms,
  2. Repair six sinks and four toilets, and
  3. Repair the broken tank and faucet in the kitchen where daily meals are prepared. 

Akhaltsikhe Kindergarten #3 Water Project - GeorgiaA local handyman will be responsible for repairs, with daily oversight by the kindergarten director.

After project implementation, local youth will present about the importance of handwashing and basic hygiene in the kindergarten with assistance from their youth club mentor Mari Kimeridze.

Project Impact
138 children and 16 staff members will benefit from this project.

Peace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Kimberly Tramel

Comments
This project will help the staff provide a cleaner and healthier environment in the kindergarten.

Dollar Amount of Project
$555.00

Donations Collected to Date
$555.00

Dollar Amount Needed
$0.00 - This project has been fully funded through the generosity of friends and family of Peace Corps Volunteer Kimberly Tramel.

We encourage others to continue to donate using the Donate button below, and we will notify Kimberly of your donation. Additional funds will be used to fund the next project by Kimberly and/or those of other PCVs in the country of service.

This project has been finished. To read about the conclusion of the project, CLICK HERE.

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