“Without proper access to clean water, community members often suffer from nutritional deficiencies and waterborne diseases. For millions of people living in developing countries like Togo, these conditions are everyday realities that inhibit their ability to work, pursue an education or raise a family. Access to clean water is not only the basis of reducing poverty and illness; it is the foundation of a productive and fully functioning community.” 
- Peace Corps Health Volunteer Danielle Maisano

Read more about her project to replace water pumps in 23 Togolese communities and how you can help make it a reality 
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“Without proper access to clean water, community members often suffer from nutritional deficiencies and waterborne diseases. For millions of people living in developing countries like Togo, these conditions are everyday realities that inhibit their ability to work, pursue an education or raise a family. Access to clean water is not only the basis of reducing poverty and illness; it is the foundation of a productive and fully functioning community.” 
- Peace Corps Health Volunteer Danielle Maisano

Read more about her project to replace water pumps in 23 Togolese communities and how you can help make it a reality 
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“Without proper access to clean water, community members often suffer from nutritional deficiencies and waterborne diseases. For millions of people living in developing countries like Togo, these conditions are everyday realities that inhibit their ability to work, pursue an education or raise a family. Access to clean water is not only the basis of reducing poverty and illness; it is the foundation of a productive and fully functioning community.”

- Peace Corps Health Volunteer Danielle Maisano

Read more about her project to replace water pumps in 23 Togolese communities and how you can help make it a reality