Choque School

Submitted by Maria Bartrum | Location: Choque, Guatemala | NGO: Agua Para La Salud | Date: Feb. 19, 2013

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This is the Choque School which has a rain catchment system for their water system.

Picture 1: The front of school
Picture 2: Lynn Roberts, head of APLS and Meredith Burns, Peace Corps volunteer, greet the teachers and students of the Choque School.
Picture 3: Hand washing station
Picture 4: Student having her snack midmorning at the school.
Picture 5, 6, 7: Students contributing to the maintenance of their new toilets. The doors need repainting every so often because the bottoms will rust after the rainy season. They have since made the doors stop shorter at the bottom to avoid some of the additional rust potential.
Pictures 8, 9: View of latrines.
Pictures 10-15: Students brushing their teeth at the hand washing station after their snack.

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