As part of our unique solutions for the clean drinking water project at Global Outreach, we are integrating computer technology. Not only with computer tablets for the children to learn digital skills and WASH education, but also by employing Droople, a smart water monitoring system which will allow the children, as well as us in Switzerland, to see how their water infrastructure set-up is working. It will show data such as quantity of water filtered, or alert the WASH Club when the water or sediment filters need to be cleaned or maintained.
The WASH Club's engagement with Droople, as an educational tool will help promote the concept of "psychological ownership." The girls will take on responsibility and stewardship of the water project in their school, while giving them a real-life tech application to develop their computer skills on.
Thank you to Droople for your collaboration and support of our project.