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Guria Youth Resource Center Bathroom Project - Georgia

                                                                                         Guria Youth Resource Center Bathroom Project - Georgia

Location
Ozurgeti, Guria, Georgia

Community Description
Guria is a region in Western Georgia located near the Black Sea, and is comprised of several small villages and the regional capital of Ozurgeti. The Guria region suffers from exceedingly high unemployment resulting largely in the economic depression of the entire area. Currently almost all of the factories in the region that at one point in time were profitable are now shut down.

The available education is of low quality, and those students who do receive adequate education leave the region to find work elsewhere.

The town of Ozurgeti does not have a permanent water supply. Sometimes there is only water in the morning or at night, and other times none at all.

Guria Youth Resource Center Bathroom Project - GeorgiaCommunity members from all over the region use the services offered at the Guria Youth Resource Center, a local community center with the mission to support education, professional development, and active citizenship of youth and other community members in the area. The services currently provided by the resource center are English language courses, computer classes, volunteerism development, and civic education and training. The Guria Youth Resource Center also gives local community members access to a library and an Internet Café. At least 200 community members use the resource center monthly.

The bathroom facilities located at the Guria Youth Resource Center are not suitable for the use of children and other community members. Most days the toilet cannot flush because the water tank does not work properly.

The window has broken glass and does not close, and during the winter months the bathroom is unbearably cold. The facilities themselves are unsanitary and there is not even a working door to offer any privacy for the bathroom.

Project Description
This project is to repair and upgrade the bathroom and install a water tank at the Guria Youth Resource Center.

A 500 liter plastic water tank will be placed on the roof of the bathroom. The roof is concrete and will serve as a stable level base.

A water pump, previously installed by the organization, is located next to the latrine. The pump creates sufficient pressure for the water to reach the second floor, where the community center is located, and the roof where, the new water tank will be installed.

Plastic piping will connect the pump to the tank. A downpipe will also be installed along the exterior of the wall from the tank to the toilet bowl and the latrine.

The budget also includes the purchase of locks for the doors so that visitors to the center may use the bathroom privately. A window will also be purchased and installed. Project funds will be used to purchase all materials, which will be acquired.

The work will be done by local community members.

Guria Youth Resource Center Bathroom Project - Georgia

 

Project Impact
200 community members will benefit from the project.

Peace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Rachael Evarts

CommentsWith a large water tank there will be water readily available to meet the sanitation needs. Other improvements will make the bathroom more usable, especially in the winter.

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 Stanley Zylowski of Alexandria, VA, USA.

 

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

 

 

 

This project has been completed.  To see the results, CLICK HERE.

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Bolnisi Youth Center Bathroom Project - Georgia

Bolnisi Youth Center Bathroom Project - GeorgiaLocation
Bolnisi, Kvemo-Kartli, Georgia

Community Description
Bolnisi is a small town in an ethnically diverse region of southern Georgia. It is primarily made up of Georgians and Armenian ethnic minorities, while the majority in the region are Azerbaijani ethnic minorities who live in the surrounding villages.

The town itself is serviced by five schools, and there are schools in the surrounding villages.

Bolnisi Youth Center Bathroom Project - GeorgiaThe Bolnisi Youth Center caters to underprivileged youth and women of all groups, providing English, computer and Georgian language classes, as well as other trainings and excursions, and allows local youth free access to the Internet.

The Youth Center's bathroom is currently very unsanitary, with a toilet that does not flush and often leaks, and no facilities to wash hands.

The townstead only supplies water for an hour in the morning and an hour in the evening.

Project Description
This project is to upgrade the bathroom, putting in a new toilet and a working sink, and repairing the shower.

In addition, the sink in the kitchen will be repaired to allow for food and drink service as well as washing dishes.

Bolnisi Youth Center Bathroom Project - GeorgiaFinally, a water tank will be installed to provide constant running water throughout the day.

A local plumber will install the water pipes, toilet and sinks.

Project Impact
200 people will benefit from the project.

Peace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Shawn Basey

Comments
This project provides a series of needed upgrades to this well-attended youth center. In addition to improving the comfort and wellbeing of those who utilize the services, the project will improve the overall sanitation at the center, thereby reducing disease and improving health.

Dollar Amount of Project
$500.00

Donations Collected to Date
$500.00

Dollar Amount Needed
$0.00 - This project has now been fully funded through the generosity of The Soneva SLOW LIFE Trust as a part of their Clean Water Projects initiative, with the help of friends and family of Peace Corps Volunteer Shawn Basey.

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

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

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Rustavi School #5 Water and Sanitation Project - Georgia

Rustavi School #5 Water and Sanitation Project - GeorgiaLocation
Rustavi, Kvemo Kartli Region, Republic of Georgia

Community Description

The community served by this project is Public School #5 in the city of Rustavi. Rustavi is located in the southeast of Georgia and is the country’s 4th largest city, with a population of approximately 115,000.

During the Soviet period, the city was a major industrial hub, but since independence, most of the factories have closed and the city suffers from high unemployment and economic depression.

School #5 is located in the 17th micro-district of Rustavi, one of the most underserved in the city. The school has approximately 1,000 students from grades 1-12 and 87 teachers. The school’s sports hall serves as a center for after-school dance groups and sports teams (basketball, soccer, and volleyball) from surrounding micro-districts.

Rustavi School #5 Water and Sanitation Project - GeorgiaThe sports hall is a separate building behind the school and houses the gym and dance hall. Students from all grades use the sports hall several times a week when they attend physical education class. Other students from surrounding neighborhoods also come to the sports hall to participate in after school activities.

Project Description
This project is to bring running water to the sports hall of Rustavi School #5, and also to restore two existing squat toilets to functionality. The water will be used for drinking, handwashing, and sanitation.

The main school building has running water on the first level. Water pipes will be extended from the main building to provide water for the sports hall.

Two sinks with taps will be installed, one in the girl’s changing room and one in the boy’s changing room. Soap dispensers and towel holders will also be installed.

Rustavi School #5 Water and Sanitation Project - GeorgiaThe existing squat toilets will be cleaned, repaired, and connected to the water system so as to allow them to be flushed.

The work will be done by a workman at the school and by two of the physical education teachers.

Project funds will pay for 30 meters of water and waste pipes, as well as fixtures and materials.

The community will provide for the labor to complete the project.

Once the work is done, a poster drawing contest will be conducted among 6th graders. The posters, which will be hung in each of the bathrooms, will remind everyone to wash their hands.

Project Impact
1,200 students, including students who attend School #5 as well as students from other schools who come to the sports hall for after-school activities, will benefit from this project. In addition, 87 teachers will benefit.

Peace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Peter Hendricks

Comments
This important project will bring potable water to the school for use by a large number of students, teachers, and visitors. It utilizes existing infrastructure to enable the work to be accomplished at a modest cost.

Dollar Amount of Project
$500.00

Donations Collected to Date
$500.00

Dollar Amount Needed
$0.00 - This project has been fully funded, through the generosity of The Soneva SLOW LIFE Trust as a part of their Clean Water Projects initiative.

We encourage others to continue to donate using the Donate button below, and we will notify Peace Corps Volunteer Peter Hendricks of your donation. Additional funds will be used to fund the next project by Peter and/or those 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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Marneuli Youth Center Water Project - Georgia

Marneuli Youth Center Water Project - GeorgiaLocation
City Marneuli, Kvemo Kartli, Republic of Georgia

Community Description
Marneuli is a town of about 20,000, 30 km from Tbilisi (about an hour by public transportation). The town is about 80% Azerbaijani, 15% Georgian, and 5% Armenian, Russian, Ukrainian, Greek, and other. As a result, Marneuli is considered a minority town and there have been numerous programs to encourage ethnic integration.

One of these programs was the creation of the Marneuli Youth Center (MYC). The MYC serves youth aged 11-21 of all ethnicities through computer courses, language courses, and sports classes. Altogether there are about 250-300 participants (depending the time of year).

There are at least 100 youth who participate in sports activities. Many of them do not have access to showers at their homes, which creates a serious sanitation problem for them after practicing boxing, kickboxing, gymnastics, or weight lifting. In addition, the weightlifting equipment, gymnastics mats, and boxing ring all need to be cleaned regularly with hot water. The facility presently cannot provide for these functions.

Marneuli Youth Center Water Project - GeorgiaProject Description
This project will provide a steady supply of water to the Marneuli Youth Center (MYC). There is an existing cistern that can be used for storage. A water meter, water pump, and pipes will be purchased and installed in order to fill the cistern and bring the water from the cistern to the building. Additionally, new Turkish toilets will be purchased, as well as sinks, shower heads, and a water heater for inside of the building.

The existing cistern holds about 2,000 gallons, and is located on top of an adjacent building (owned by the youth center) about 20 feet off the ground. It was originally the back of a tanker truck, but has been retrofitted to work as a water cistern (this is fairly common in Georgia). This means that it has been cleaned and there are pipe fittings leading into the tank and out of it.

The cistern is filled from the city water. To do this it needs to be pumped from the city main (which has very low pressure and will not force the water up to the tank) through an existing line. Currently this main is closed off but will be opened when MYC pays the city to install the meter.

The water supply is reliable. Water runs in Marneuli on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays for at least six hours. On any of these days the pump can be turned on and water will be pumped into the cistern. Once the cistern is filled, it should only take around 30 minutes to refill it on any particular "water day." The water itself is potable and does not need to be filtered.

The pump will be placed in the hole, which will subsequently be covered after all renovations are completed. Although this "pump and cistern" system may seem like a strange method, this is how all of Marneuli "draws" water since water is not turned on every day.

Marneuli Youth Center Water Project - GeorgiaThe city government requires that anyone hooked up to a water main install a meter in order to measure how much water they are using. The city installs the meter and this will also be placed in the existing cavity, directly connected to the main and next to the pump.

Pipe will be run from the main to the pump, from the pump to the cistern, and finally from the cistern to the building. About 15 yards of piping will be required to connect the system together. Plastic piping will be used to avoid higher pipe costs and welding costs. Marneuli winters rarely stay below zero for an extended period of time and this system should cause the least problems.

A gas water heater will be purchased and installed. This is the best choice, since gas is much cheaper than electricity in Marneuli. The water is heated as it runs through the apparatus instead of heating up a small water reservoir. This method is used by most of Marneuli and besides being cost effective it heats water very well. There is an existing gas line in the bathroom where the heater will be placed, making installation easy.

The MYC's administrators and participants will do the work with full cooperation from the PCV. Several participants at the center have knowledge of running pipes, installing pumps, and installing toilets and they are willing to help. All of the fixtures and materials can be procured locally.

Project Impact
250-300 people will benefit from the project.

Peace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Benjamin Bamberger

Comments
This project accomplishes a lot with a small amount of money to be used for fixtures and materials. It makes MYC a more functional and healthful place for people to come together and utilize the services offered.

Dollar Amount of Project
$500.00

Donations Collected to Date
$500.00

Dollar Amount Needed
$0.00 - This project has now been fully funded through the generosity of The Soneva SLOW LIFE Trust as a part of their Clean Water Projects initiative.

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

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

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Akhalsopeli #2 Public School Water Project - Georgia

Akhalsopeli #2 Public School Water Project - GeorgiaLocation
Village Akhalsopeli, Kvareli District, Kakheti Region, Georgia

Community Description
Akhalsopeli is a village of 2,800 families in the Kakheti Region of western Georgia, the newly reestablished republic in Eurasia. Most villagers' income is from agriculture, with many beekeepers compared to surrounding area villages. There is one private wine factory in the village as well as several family-owned general stores, drug stores, and hair salons.

Akhalsopeli's #2 Public School is an average-sized public school nestled at the foot of the Greater Caucusus Mountains. Established 1966, the school has worked on many projects including an English learning center (2002, improved in 2007), a bee farm and garden for their Future Farmers of Georgia group (2007), and computer trainings for teachers (2010).

Akhalsopeli #2 Public School Water Project - GeorgiaThe school has two outhouses, and this year built a chemistry lab. However, there is no running water inside the school for students, teachers, or staff to wash their hands after using restroom facilities, handling chemicals, or before preparing refreshments.

There is interest in creating a small lunch buffet in school. However, no action can be taken until there is running water inside the school.

Project Description
This project is to bring water to the school, and to create 4 water stations in locations of greatest need. A water line will be run from the aqueduct that runs along the street 70 meters in front of the school.

One hand washing station will be created outside the school near the toilets.

A sink will be installed on the first floor so that the planned buffet can open for business.

Akhalsopeli #2 Public School Water Project - GeorgiaTwo hand washing stations will be placed on the second floor, one in the teacher's room and one in the chemistry cabinet.

Project funds will be used to buy 4 sinks with corresponding tap handles, joints, pumps, and pipes to deliver and drain away water.

The work will be done by an engineer and workers from the village.

Project Impact
A total of 415 people will benefit, consisting of 354 children, 49 teachers and 12 staff members.

Peace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Paula Schmid

Comments
This project will remedy an intolerable lack of water, and improve the health and safety of the students, faculty, and staff.

With a history of prior projects and a demonstrated community involvement, this project will be sustainable.

Dollar Amount of Project
$500.00

Donations Collected to Date
$500.00

Dollar Amount Needed
$0.00 - This project has now been fully funded through the generosity of The Soneva SLOW LIFE Trust as a part of their Clean Water Projects initiative.

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

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

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Leli 1 Community Center Bathroom Project - Georgia

Leli 1 Community Center Bathroom Project - GeorgiaLocation
Village Leliani (Lagodekhi's Municipality), Georgia

Community Description
Leliani is a small agrarian village (pop. 2,000) located in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. The village is situated near the Azerbaijani border, and is a multi-ethnic village with ethnic Georgians and Ossetians living together.

Leli 1 is a non-governmental, non-political organization based in the village of Leliani. Its mission is to develop the community and to promote inter-cultural relations.

Leli 1 successfully completed 26 projects over the past 4 years, directed toward developing and educating community members, supporting the creative and physical potential of teenagers and youth, and addressing the needs and rights of women.

Leli 1 Community Center Bathroom Project - GeorgiaThe community center “Leli 1” functions as a youth center and serves the people of Leliani and its surrounding villages, including Azerbaijani and Ossetain villages, by creating and implementing various projects.

Recent project include English classes, technical trainings for young people and farmers, projects promoting intercultural tolerance and understanding between the Azerbaijani, Georgian and Ossetian peoples, and special seminars on women's health, including doctor examinations.

Additionally, the community center “Leli 1” operates a community gym which is used for various exercise classes. The gym also serves as a meeting place for many of the aforementioned projects.

Currently, the community center “Leli 1” lacks a working sink for people to wash their hands, as well as a sanitary toilet.

Leli 1 Community Center Bathroom Project - GeorgiaProject Description
This project is to renovate an existing but nonfunctional and unsanitary bathroom at the community center.

A new sink and toilet will be installed, and other improvements will be done to make the bathroom functional and sanitary.

The water is supplied by a village well and stored in an above-ground 3,000 liter water reservoir. The bathroom is connected to an underground concrete tank (approximately 30,000 liters) where the sewage is stored and occasionally removed by a truck.

The work includes tiling for the floors, plastic siding for the walls, and glass for the windows (for the window panes that currently lack glass). The budget also includes the necessary materials for the installation of these items, such as concrete to form a level floor for the tiles, and adhesive for the plastic siding.

The work will be performed by a villager who has plumbing experience. The fixtures, supplies, and materials will be obtained locally.

Project Impact
Over 200 people who consistently use the community center will benefit from this project. Additional people to be served include those who attend festivals and other events at the center.

Peace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Kamran Beikmohamadi

Comments
This project will improve the sanitary conditions at the community center, thus reducing illness. It will most directly help the children and teenagers who regularly attend events at the youth center and the community members who use the gym.

Dollar Amount of Project
$500.00

Donations Collected to Date
$500.00 + additional amounts for future projects

Dollar Amount Needed
$0.00 - This project has now been fully funded through the generosity of Allan Beikmohamadi, of Cary, NC, USA, with additional donations from friends and family of PCV Kamran Beikmohamadi.

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

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

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Norio School Water Project – Georgia

Norio School Water Project – GeorgiaLocation
Norio, Georgia

Community Description
Norio is a village of about 4,500 people located 45 minutes to the northeast of Tbilisi. It is an agrarian community where about half of the inhabitants are farmers growing vegetables and tending small herds of livestock. There are five small shops selling food and household items, one butcher, and two bakeries, but no other businesses in the village.

Norio has intermittent running water, fed by springs, to about half of the village. Now the village government is in the process of running water lines to the other half of the village, which will include a spur that will feed the local school. Unfortunately, the school falls under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education and Science which does not have the funds to do the work at the school necessary for water to be available year-round.

Norio School Water Project – GeorgiaNorio has one public school that serves all of Norio's children, approximately 470 children total.

Project Description
This project will provide a system to enable the school to collect and store water from the village water lines for use by the students throughout the year.

A 500 liter cistern with float cutoff, a pump, and connecting pipes, will be purchased and installed. Heat-retaining blankets will be placed on the cistern to prevent winter freezing and possible breakage.

In addition to the installation of the system, presentations will be given to the students about water sanitation, and general hygiene.

Norio School Water Project – GeorgiaProject Impact
470 students and 70 teachers will directly benefit from the project. The remaining 4,000 community member will indirectly benefit from occasional use of the facilities.

Peace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Kyle Mueller

Comments
This project will make water available for the use of the school year-round, by giving the school control of its own water supply. This will have an immediate impact on the health and hygiene of the students and faculty.

Dollar Amount of Project
$500.00

Donations Collected to Date
$500.00

Dollar Amount Needed
$0.00 - This project has now been fully funded, through the generosity of The Soneva SLOW LIFE Trust as a part of their Clean Water Projects initiative.

We encourage others to continue to donate using the Donate button below, and we will notify Peace Corps Volunteer Kyle Mueller of your donation. Additional funds will be used to fund the next project by Kyle and/or those of his counterpart PCVs in Georgia.

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

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Giorgitsminda Water Project - Georgia

Giorgitsminda School - Georgia Location
Giorgitsminda, Georgia

Community Description
Giorgitsminda is a small village that is 45 miles outside of the capitol city of Tblisi.

The Giorgitsminda public school does not have running water for washing hands after using the public toilet.

Project Description
This project is to build a handwashing station outside of the public toilet at the school. Water will be run from the water source to the inside of the school building. Water will first be pumped to a new tank on top of the second floor of the building, and will be fed to the handwashing station by gravity.

Project funds will be used for materials, including a tank, pump, and piping.

The labor will be provided without charge by a professional plumber.

Project Impact
320 people will benefit from this project, including 300 students between the ages of 5-18 and 20 staff members.

Katherine Steed, Peace Corps Volunteer - Ukraine Peace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Katherine Steed

Comments
This project will greatly impact upon the hygiene and sanitation at the school. Students will now be able to wash their hands after using the toilet and in preparation for lunch.

Dollar Amount of Project
$500.00

Donations Collected to Date
$500.00

Dollar Amount Needed
$0.00 - This project has now been fully funded, through the generosity of The Soneva SLOW LIFE Trust as a part of their Clean Water Projects initiative.

We encourage others to continue to donate using the Donate button below, and we will notify Peace Corps Volunteer Katherine Steed of your donation. Additional funds will be used to fund the next project by Katherine and/or those of her counterpart PCVs in Georgia.

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

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Rustavi School #10 Water Project - Georgia

Rustavi School #10 , GeorgiaLocation
19th Micro-district, Rustavi, Georgia

Community Description
Georgia is bounded on the west by the Black Sea, on the north by Russia, on the south by Turkey and Armenia, and on the east by Azerbaijan.

The independence of Georgia was restored in 1991. The country subsequently went through periods of economic crisis, civil unrest, and armed conflict. Although there has been democratic reform, economic growth has remained slow.

Rustavi (pop. 160,000) is the city center of the southern Georgian region of Kvemo Kartli. Kvemo Kartli is a diverse region with many ethnic Azeris (the largest minority group in this region), Russians and internally displaced persons (IDPs) from the breakaway regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.

Bathroom - GeorgiaAlthough occupied for centuries prior, the modern city of Rustavi arose in 1948 to support Soviet steel, metal and chemical industries. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union and the decline of its metallurgy industry, Rustavi has faced high employment and poverty.

Today, many Rustavi residents survive off the earnings of relatives working in Tbilisi or abroad. Approximately one-fourth of the Georgian population lives outside the country working to support family members at home.

Rustavi School #10 is located in one of the poorest micro-districts of the city. Over forty percent of the students attending this school come from families that fall below the poverty line (as defined by the Georgian government). Fifty students are internally displaced persons (IDPs) from the breakaway regions. The school serves first through twelfth graders and occupies a four-story building.

Students - GeorgiaProject Description
This project is to renovate three bathrooms in the school. These separate bathrooms service female students, male students and teachers. Each of the student bathrooms contains five stalls; the teacher bathroom contains two stalls. In each of the three bathrooms, squatting bowls serve as the human waste repositories.

Although water tanks were installed previously, they no longer function and are beyond repair. The school cleaner uses buckets of water to clean the squatting bowls. As a result, water often overflows releasing human waste onto the floor. Additionally, the pipes carrying the waste away from the basins are broken and leak into the school hallway. Although there is one sink in each bathroom, no soap is available for students to clean their hands.

The school will replace the pipes, water tanks and tubes connecting the tanks with the toilets so that the flush mechanism will work correctly. In addition, new sinks will be installed, along with soap dispensers, soap and hand towels.

To supplement the sanitation repairs, the school will conduct after-school sanitation trainings with student volunteers in each grade level. These students will then deliver short presentations to their peers during classes to promote hand-washing and proper hygiene practices.

The work will be done by a local contractor, and will be completed in less than one month.

Project Impact
A total of 476 students and 61 staff will directly benefit from this project.

Peace Corps Volunteer Directing Project
Alene Kennedy Hendricks

Comments
This is our first project in Georgia. We are happy to play a small part in helping to rebuild the infrastructure so as to provide for the basic needs of the students and faculty of the school.

This project fixes the water system and restores the basic sanitation of a school. However, perhaps more importantly, it helps revive the dignity of people caught in an unfortunate economic environment who have the desire but lack the funds to improve their local conditions.

Dollar Amount of Project
$500.00

Donations Collected to Date
$500.00

Dollar Amount Needed
$0.00 - This project has now been fully funded, through the generosity of The Soneva SLOW LIFE Trust as a part of their Clean Water Projects initiative.

We encourage others to continue to donate using the Donate button below, and we will notify Peace Corps Volunteer Alene Kennedy Hendricks of your donation. Additional funds will be used to fund the next project by Alene and/or those of her counterpart PCVs in Georgia.

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

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