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  • Juliette Marquis

    This just illustrate a perfect example of how people can volunteer in a way they probably did not think of.

    • Pine Watt

      Exactly! so many people think that they need to be doctors or other specialized humanitarians to help save lives. Sometimes all it takes is the ability to listen to others.

  • Juliette Marquis

    This is really great work! Applicable to so many settlements around the world who are in need.

    • Alessandra Rizzotti

      What I find inspiring is the effective way they communicated with the village. By having them map out how they used their current system, they were able to come up with their own solution.

      • Pine Watt

        I was really surprised by their use of sawdust. It was a common sense illustration, yet had so much power.