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  • Henry, a health club member of Ogobai primay school  holding his  gift bag from the children in USA deliverd by SURGE Team

    Uganda Field Update: Life-Saving Projects, Education Underway

    In Kaberamaido, Uganda, Surge has partnered with Prince of Peace for Orphans and Widows (POPOW) since June 2015 to provide ceramic filters to community members. This past November, we continued to grow this partnership with the rehabilitation of a borehole and two community wells, the launch our WASH training, and

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    In Uganda, Surge’s Work Helps Girls Stay in School

    In Uganda, 94 percent of girls in primary school experience problems with latrines during menstruation. Sixty-one percent of girls report staying home altogether because of the poor sanitation facilities, lack of privacy, and scarce water for washing. Poor washing facilities often lead to students missing school days because of illness,

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    Cambodia Field Update: 4,700 People Now Have Clean Water

    In 2006, only 65 percent of the Cambodian population had access to an improved source of drinking water, and only 28 percent of the population had access to improved sanitation. Surge has been working in Cambodia since December 2011 with Resource Development International-Cambodia (RDI) to help more people gain access

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