School Girls


Eka and Tamrai, both 15, who live in the nation of Georgia, walk to a classroom from their school’s outdoor handwashing station.

The girls are members of a World Vision youth club whose name means “Go for Success” in English. Club members work together on community projects and learning opportunities.

The single faucet that stands on the school grounds between the small structure that houses the washrooms and the school seems meager. It may be less than an ideal set-up to have to leave the school to use the washroom, but it’s a big success.

Before World Vision supplied water to the school along with the outdoor hand washing station for students to use after their walk to the toilets, the school had only one small water pipe that would freeze in the wintertime. Older students were sent from class to collect water from neighbors. World Vision used to supply buckets to the school for the children to collect water.

Photo©2016 World Vision, Felicia Carty

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