Parsons Brinckerhoff Staff Volunteers for Water for Life, Lamongan

The Water for Life project in Lamongan, Indonesia, aims to provide 50,000 Indonesian beneficiaries access to clean drinking water through the installation of membrane water filters in over 100 participating schools and communities. Singapore International Volunteers (SIV) from Parsons Brinckerhoff recently went for a trip to Lamongan to participate in the installation of the filters and educate school children on hygiene and eco-friendly practices.
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SIVs Chia Wei Choon and Chan Yong Chien explaining how the membrane water filter system works to a staff member of Host Agency, Cipta Karya Public Works Service.
Nessie goes through the activity sheet completed by the students.
Students excited to have a hands on experience of what they learnt at the hygiene lessons.
Students from Sekolah Menengah Pertama Negeri 4 (SMP 4) listen intently as Singapore International Volunteer Fiona Lee shares details on a teambuilding activity.
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