- Presentation #147 - Part #4

The students that had traveled

Lisa, and another member of the Student Workforce, Julie, knew from experience about the problem of washing hands without running water. They wanted to take the new device to Ghana, during their upcoming visit in the summer of 2007. I jumped at the opportunity to finally field-test the hand-washing device. We started to reduce the obstacles of cost and complexity from its design, so the girls could more easily introduce it. Instead of the not-for-free plastic jug, I made a big strong bag from thick plastic sheet material. Transparent, it looked nice!

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