Community Filter Installed at GS SholiReported by Rebero Jean d'Amour, Story written by Amanda Mulder
On September 22nd, Water Project volunteers installed a SAM2 Community Filter at the GS Sholi. The system is expected to serve 400 students, staff members, and local residents.
SAM2 (Sand And Membrane) filters are large capacity solutions with a 10-year-plus lifespan. A SAM2 requires no electricity or fuel and has no moving parts, making it the ideal solution for rural areas. Schools and Health Clinics are trained how to use and maintain the filter, empowering them to be self-sufficient and address their own needs.