Point Loma Rotary Club members shown working on the parts required to assemble filtration system workstations.  In front, Dave Leedom safely operates a chop saw (we did a digit count and he still has ten).  Click on the title above to read the full story, and find the link to help support this important project!

As part of the club's international project to support clean water in Fiji, Point Loma Rotarians and friends cut and notched lumber for 300 Safe Water Station stands: 900 legs, 600 shelves and 300 signs.  The pieces will be painted and shipped to Fiji for deployment by our Global Grant partners in the Savusavu Rotary Club.  They will assemble the pre-fabricated pieces with water filters, valves, buckets and hoses.  The Fiji Ministry of Health will coordinate with nurses in the community to train and deploy the Safe Water Stations to provide safe water for drinking and cleaning to villagers.  So far, this project has helped over 1000 Fijians get access to disease-free water!

For more information go to http://www.fijihomewaterfilters.org