Tran Cam Huong, Miho, and Shabbir finished installing two bio-sand filters at a crocodile owner’s home!
Alex, Janet, Achyutha, and Esther with Phros (extreme left, Water for Cambodia staff). They are here with the Cambodian family after installing a bio-sand filter for a household of eight members.
Cheers to Varong, Janet, James, Zachary, Maridel, William, Esther, Achyutha, Alex, Emile and Geraldine on the successful installation of seven bio-sand filters in half a day!
Ole, Tran Cam Huong, and Shabbir pouring in the cement into the bio-sand filter mould for the next batch of filters to be dispatched to the local communes.
Seur (in blue) explaining the process of building a bio-sand filter to the volunteers from Deutsche Bank.
Alex, Janet, Esther and Achyutha getting to know the Cambodian families better before the installation of bio-sand filters.
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22 volunteers from Deutsche Bank's regional offices joined our Water for Life (Siem Reap) project for the first time to celebrate Deutsche Bank Asia Foundation’s 10th anniversary.

Out of the overwhelming response of more than 200 volunteer applications, Deutsche Bank sent 22 passionate employees from Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, India, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand to participate in the Water for Life (Siem Reap) project.

They celebrated Deutsche Bank Asia Foundation's 10th Anniversary by building 20 bio-sand filters and installing almost 20 bio-sand filters in less than two days to bring about positive impact for more than 200 Cambodian villagers.

Deutsche Bank is the corporate sponsor of the Water for Life (Siem Reap) project since 2010, and we sincerely thank them for their passion, generosity and kind support! (:

Interested to volunteer overseas? Click here to find out more! http://j.mp/Ykb5O3


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