Safe Water Project – Learning and Adapting

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Safe Water Project – Learning and Adapting

Wednesday, September 4, 2013 - 12:05am

CAMPAIGN: Clorox Safe Water Project

CONTENT: Blog

This post was written by Andrea Ginsberg, former project manager for the Clorox Safe Water project.

If there is one thing we’ve learned from our Safe Water project in Peru, it’s to expect the unexpected.

Our current challenge is closing the gap between how community members describe their bleach dosing of water collected at public water sources and what our water tests are telling us. If people say they are participating but this number isn’t validated by scientific analysis, then we need to determine why so that we can get a true picture of community adoption, and more importantly, so that participants experience the full health benefit of treating their water.

To read more about the Safe Water Project, visit the Clorox CR Matters blog.

Keywords: Social Impact & Volunteering | Clorox Safe Water Project | Health & Healthcare | PRISMA | Peru | Wellness | disinfection

CAMPAIGN: Clorox Safe Water Project

CONTENT: Blog

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