World Water Relief is fortunate to have many talented interns helping us fulfill our mission of “transforming the lives of children by providing clean water and hygiene education.” Two of our interns from Emory’s School of Public Health will be working with us in Haiti and the Dominican Republic over the summer. Both are offering unique ways to read about and follow along as they conduct their research.
Katherine Stanfill will be blogging about her summer with us in the Dominican Republic and her establishment of a monitoring plan to track our progress at all project sites. Please follow her posts as she shares her adventures and findings!
Andrew Nute will be collecting data on school attendance rates and health clinic patient records so WWR can collect evidence of the impact safe water has had in the Domincan Republic. He created a website and is looking for suggestions and input on his research and also raising funds for the data entry process after he scans over 15,000 pages of school attendance records. Read about his project and offer feedback!