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The Appropriate Technology Collaborative shared Mayan Power and Light's post.

One project leads to another! We are working with James Madison University Alternative Breaks to install solar power on more schools!
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Sea Energía Solar and The Appropriate Technology Collaborative install solar power on the school of Capzin II, Huehuetenango. Lights and community cell-phone charge station brings the community together. Special thanks to Revista EntreMundos for making this project possible.

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When water is scarce and you have to carry water to your house, girls carry water. They miss school and often drop out by 3rd grade. ATC has worked in a high mountain village in Guatemala along with Engineers Without Borders, Rutgers to provide water to 4,500 people.

Happy World Water Day!

EWB Rutgers Rocks!
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Development Work in Guatemala, Nicaragua and India.

Development Work in Guatemala, Nicaragua and India.

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The Appropriate Technology CollaborativeWhen girls carry water girls miss school.5 days ago

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The Appropriate Technology Collaborative shared YOO's Warka Water.

Get to know this new appropriate technology for water harvesting in deserts!

Warka Water
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A simple, clever way of saving thousands of lives

The Appropriate Technology Collaborative shared their post.

150 rural children have a solar powered school!

Now they run a laptop computer lab.

Very special thanks to our sponsors:
The Colin Bashant Memorial Fund and Sunsense Solar
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150 rural children have a solar powered school! Now they run a laptop computer lab, a community charge center, classroom lights, projectors, music players, nighttime meetings, and movie screenings! Thanks to our sponsors: The Colin Bashant Memorial Fund and Sunsense Solar

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The Appropriate Technology Collaborative added 20 new photos — with Sea Energía Solar.

150 rural children have a solar powered school!

Now they run a laptop computer lab, a community charge center, classroom lights, projectors, music players, nighttime meetings, and movie screenings!

Thanks to our sponsors:
The Colin Bashant Memorial Fund and Sunsense Solar
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Development Work in Guatemala, Nicaragua and India.

Development Work in Guatemala, Nicaragua and India.

The Appropriate Technology Collaborative updated their cover photo.

Community Circuits & Solar Workshop at Chitas Elementary School.

This group of schoolboys insisted they participate with the adults to set-up their own solar power system.
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