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Two sixth-graders donate hygiene, drinking facilities to benefit 5,300 students

Crae and Steve, advocates of WASH, at the new hygiene facility
Crae Sehwani (2nd from right) and Steve Macdonald (1st from right), both sixth-graders, raised PHP 180K and dedicated the proceeds to the construction of hygiene and drinking facilities for Jacobo Z. Gonzales National High School (JZGNHS) in Biñan, Laguna.

LINGAP ESKWELA IN LAGUNA: Remember the sixth graders who raised funds for a WASH project last May? Yesterday, these teens have turned over hygiene and drinking facilities to help students in a public school in the South!

Last May, Crae Sehwani and Steve Macdonald, both sixth-graders, raised PHP 180K and dedicated the proceeds to the construction of hygiene and drinking facilities for Jacobo Z. Gonzales National High School (JZGNHS) in Biñan, Laguna. Advocating on water access, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), Crae and Steve reached out to MWF to help students in a public school in Laguna to have a facility where students can daily wash their hands, brush their teeth and drink clean, safe and potable water from.

Steve and Crae inaugurate new WASH FacilityCrae and Steve join the handwashing demo with students of Jacobo Z. Gonzales National High School (JZGNHS) in Biñan, Laguna.

A total of 5,400 students, faculty and staff will enjoy the new facilities and benefit from a healthier lifestyle--thanks to Crae and Steve.

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