As part of the community projects I help with at LEOT, we are often improving sanitation and washing facilities. Handwashing stations at schools are often lacking. Niew is our project man as well as helping administer the school in Luang Prabang.
He recently returned from the capital Vientiane, where washing stations are manufactured. He went to learn how these are made so we can manufacture hand washing stations as part of the LEOT community programmes in Luang Prabang.
It costs $150 to build a hand washing station for a village school, and there are many schools that would benefit from this. All our activities are funded by donations and we are always looking for help. Can you help with handwashing stations?