Trench leading from a spring to the wall where villagers can get water

DO Drink the Water

There’s a pipe that comes out of a cement wall in a village in Malawi that Emma Turgeon ‘19 helped put there. Before the pipe, there was a trench to dig, and the wall to build and a stone filtration system to lay down so the people of Kapalamula would finally have clean drinking water. Turgeon, who... Read More

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