This Safe Water For Every Child project continues to deliver
In the past few weeks our Bhutan team have installed a further 7 SkyHydrants.
They also conducted a training session for the Caretakers/WASH officials of a number of schools at Damphu, Tsirang.
The team are now in quarantine as Gelephu, where some of the installations took place, is classified as a High Risk Area.
When they are able to return to Thimphu they will be taking a short break at home.
They will then be heading out to the East of Bhutan to install 8 more filters.
Included is also an image of a training session that was conducted by one of the engineer of the team – for the Caretakers/WASH officials of a number of schools, recently at Damphu, Tsirang.
Disaster Aid Australia would like to acknowledge the contribution of the School Planning and Building Division (SPBD) in providing the two engineers of the Installlation Team to this project.
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