A sand dam takes Malaika children to school

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Children in communities with sand dams save on average 5 hours a day for their education. That's a lot of time to invest in their future. A future, which parents like Regina hope, will be brighter than that of previous generations.

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The children, before we had the sand dam used to use a lot of time and most of the time they have to get the water and carry it to school. It is a tedious work. But right now, because the water is available, they are using little time to get the water. So most of the hours they have, they can do quality studies at the school.

Regina Makao, Malaika Self-Help Group, Kenya

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