Water for Life, Siem Reap (22-24 April 2013)

We wish to thank this diverse group of 16 Singapore International Volunteers (SIV) who did a wonderful job of installing so many water filters for our Cambodian friends. They built 40 bio-sand filters and installed 37 bio-sand filters which impacted the lives of more than 200 Cambodian villagers from 22 to 24 April 2013.

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First-time SIV, Dragon Liong, at the water source where many Cambodian households in this village use as drinking water.
U-Gene Chan playing big brother to the children after installing bio-sand filters.
Lee Lee showing the Cambodian children a recorded video of their very own Gangnam style dance performance!
Our SIVs coming together to install the final bio-sand filter before wrapping up.
First-time SIV, Song Yong, bonding and interacting with the children over catching games after installing bio-sand filters.
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