How You Can Keep Up With Our Work in the Philippines

Our work in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan did not end when our team returned. We have been excited to hear back from locals in the Philippines who have been trained and continue to provide safe water to more people. With 61 WaterStep Chlorine Generators in the field, we hope you are anxious to hear our follow-up and continue to see success stories unfold from those whose lives are being impacted. Here are some ways to continue to stay updated.

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First, you can be sure to check out the WaterStep Philippines Facebook page, which is dedicated to displaying stories of work we are doing in the Philippines. For each chlorinator we sent, we have asked the recipients to upload an album showing their installation and labeled by the location it is being installed. With several albums already posted and more on the way, this is a great way to stay updated on how the chlorine generator is saving lives. Check out the albums.

Additionally, we have mapped the locations where installations have occurred. Check out the map to see the reach we have had in the Philippines. As more chlorine generators are installed, our map will expand to represent each one, and we will add stories and photos as we receive them.

Continue to follow our blog and connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.  We care about sharing our stories with you. Together, we are saving lives with safe water.

Our work in the Philippines is not over. With your support, we can send more chlorine generators into the disaster stricken areas and help the thousands who are still without safe drinking water. To learn more and donate, go to our Philippines Projects Page.

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