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Pennies-a-day make a global impact

Mar 14th, 2013 | Category: Feature Stories

 

Pictured is the village’s previous water source. The 2500 residents formerly depended on a muddy stream in a valley over a mile away for their water needs.

Pictured is the village’s previous water source. The 2500 residents formerly depended on a muddy stream in a valley over a mile away for their water needs.

One of three collection wells designed by students for the Pennies for Pure Water campaign.

One of three collection wells designed by students for the Pennies for Pure Water campaign.

 

Dr. Arcelia Johnson-Fannin (pictured left of the well), founding dean of the FSOP, and Mattie Kinard (pictured right of the well), founder of SBBR, share a photo with faculty, staff and students of the FSOP.

Dr. Arcelia Johnson-Fannin (pictured left of the well), founding dean of the FSOP, and Mattie Kinard (pictured right of the well), founder of SBBR, share a photo with faculty, staff and students of the FSOP.

 

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One Comment to “Pennies-a-day make a global impact”

  1. Joel Mayer says:

    To view the page about the well made possible by the students and faculty of the FSOP, visit http://smallbeginningsbigresults.com/awuku-gua-ghana.html