Our 2016-2017 District Grant application for a SkyHydrant Max water filter for a school and clinic in Kenya was approved by the District recently.
A program of Disaster Aid International, the filter cleans over 12,000 liters of water a day and has a projected life of 10 years.  It is a simple machine, meaning maintenance is easy and the filter is sturdy.   It will be installed by DAI and locals and maintained by people in the community after given training.  Hundreds of local students and residents of Gil Gil Kenya will have access to clean water in their community's school and it will also serve a nearby medical clinic.
Disaster Aid is a Rotary operated 501c3 created to provide immediate disaster relief and humanitarian aid both in the US and worldwide to victims of natural or man-made disasters.