Last week Life Force Kiosks reached an amazing milestone. On Tuesday, 10/8/13, we purified our one-millionth liter of water. The past 3+ years have been incredible, and I’m so excited about this accomplishment. I couldn’t be prouder of my team. There have been countless challenges to overcome since this idea was first conceived back in 2010 and it took real commitment and hard work from my team to turn that idea into a reality capable of helping so many people.
Life Force Kiosks water vendor
I’m also excited to see that our other products and services are being well received in Kibera. We’ve cleaned over 5,000 water storage containers, which is another critical way to reduce drinking water contamination. We’ve also sold over 600 diapers and 70 bars of antibacterial soap since introducing them back in August.
I’d again like to thank Steve, Freddy, our water vendors, and all the people who supported our mission both in the United States and Kenya. This wouldn’t have been possible without them.
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Jeremy in Kenya
I’m very excited that after roughly one month, today the Clean Water For All blog went over the 1,000 views mark. I’ve received a lot of very positive feedback about the posts, the pictures, and the work I’m doing here in Kenya. I’m really quite flattered that so many people are following along and are engaged in the project.
While I had another great day in the field conducting interviews in the slums outside of Kitale, I’m going to hold off on the write-up until tomorrow. Instead, I thought I’d celebrate the 1,000 views by posting a bunch of new pictures. If you go to the “more photos” link under the Flickr section on the right, you can find the 20+ new pictures or catch up if you haven’t seen the full 134 picture album.
Caleb on motorcycle
Here are a few of my favorites from the past few days. Enjoy, and thanks again for following along.
3 sheep on a motorcycle
Kenyan landscape picture
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