July 31 2014
July 22 2014
Rainwater harvesting is an essential tool in regions such as the Mawingu where water is very limited in the dry season and must be collected and saved. The harvesting tanks not only help to eliminate waterborne illnesses, they save schoolchildren hours of collecting unclean water at rivers and ponds.
June 16 2014
"Project WET encourages learning in a fun way, with well-designed and developed procedures that make it easy to work with people of different ages and backgrounds who visit the museum."
June 11 2014
May 29 2014
"During the activities, I realized how much fun children can have while they are learning something extremely important for their lives. After school, children even came to the mission house asking me for assistance in building a Tippy Tap for their homes."
April 1 2014
"Activities like 'The Incredible Journey' and 'Seeing Watersheds' work well because they’re NOT just a boring lecture by some nutty professor where the children sit on their hands to keep from fidgeting. The activities, while delivering an important message about water, have children running and laughing, playing in the sand or making bracelets to take home."
March 22 2014
Conducting World Water Day "Make-A-Splash" festivals draws much-needed attention to the profoundly important topic of water while allowing children, parents, educators, employees and community members to feel part of a global event.
January 22 2014