Follow the Liters
to 1 million

Pour chaque LifeStraw acheté, un enfant scolarisé d’une communauté en voie de développement a accès à de l’eau potable pendant toute une année scolaire.

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Ce que nous avons accompli en 2014

  • 629,455

    Students given
    clean water

    1,044

    Schools
    Reached

    6,947

    Filters
    Delivered

    +4,600

    Follow up
    visits
  • 203,000

    Students given
    clean water

    330

    Schools
    Reached

    2,500

    Filters
    Delivered

    1,800

    Follow up
    visits

Kenya

618,000

1,011

6,847

4,000

India

8,341

33

100

600

Follow the Liters sur le terrain

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  • Launch at Ebwambwa Primary School of disease control textile company Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community "Follow The Liters" campaign in western Kenya where 300 schools receive Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community water filters. The campaign will decrease the number of days children spend away from learning due to water-born diseases and increase education and child cognitive learning from better health.
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  • Disease control textile company Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community "Follow The Liters" campaign in western Kenya where 300 schools receive Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community water filters. The campaign will decrease the number of days children spend away from learning due to water-born diseases and increase education and child cognitive learning from better health.
  • Disease control textile company Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community "Follow The Liters" campaign in western Kenya where 300 schools receive Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community water filters. The campaign will decrease the number of days children spend away from learning due to water-born diseases and increase education and child cognitive learning from better health.
  • Mt Elgon region: Disease control textile company Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community "Follow The Liters" campaign in western Kenya where 300 schools receive Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community water filters. The campaign will decrease the number of days children spend away from learning due to water-born diseases and increase education and child cognitive learning from better health.
  • Budalangi in Busia region in western Kenya: Disease control textile company Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community "Follow The Liters" campaign in western Kenya where 300 schools including Maduwa Primary School, receive Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community water filters. The campaign will decrease the number of days children spend away from learning due to water-born diseases and increase education and child cognitive learning from better health.
  • Mt Elgon region: Disease control textile company Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community "Follow The Liters" campaign in western Kenya where 300 schools receive Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community water filters. The campaign will decrease the number of days children spend away from learning due to water-born diseases and increase education and child cognitive learning from better health.
  • Disease control textile company Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community "Follow The Liters" campaign in western Kenya where 300 schools receive Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community water filters. The campaign will decrease the number of days children spend away from learning due to water-born diseases and increase education and child cognitive learning from better health.
  • Launch at Ebwambwa Primary School of disease control textile company Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community "Follow The Liters" campaign in western Kenya where 300 schools receive Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community water filters. The campaign will decrease the number of days children spend away from learning due to water-born diseases and increase education and child cognitive learning from better health.
  • Disease control textile company Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community "Follow The Liters" campaign in western Kenya where 300 schools, including the Kakamega School for the Deaf, receive Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community water filters. The campaign will decrease the number of days children spend away from learning due to water-born diseases and increase education and child cognitive learning from better health.
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  • Disease control textile company Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community "Follow The Liters" campaign in western Kenya where 300 schools receive Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community water filters. The campaign will decrease the number of days children spend away from learning due to water-born diseases and increase education and child cognitive learning from better health.
  • Disease control textile company Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community "Follow The Liters" campaign in western Kenya where 300 schools receive Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community water filters. The campaign will decrease the number of days children spend away from learning due to water-born diseases and increase education and child cognitive learning from better health.
  • Mt Elgon region: Disease control textile company Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community "Follow The Liters" campaign in western Kenya where 300 schools receive Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community water filters. The campaign will decrease the number of days children spend away from learning due to water-born diseases and increase education and child cognitive learning from better health.
  • Disease control textile company Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community "Follow The Liters" campaign in western Kenya where 300 schools, including the Kakamega School for the Deaf, receive Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community water filters. The campaign will decrease the number of days children spend away from learning due to water-born diseases and increase education and child cognitive learning from better health.
  • Mt Elgon region: Disease control textile company Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community "Follow The Liters" campaign in western Kenya where 300 schools receive Vestergaard Frandsen's Lifestraw Community water filters. The campaign will decrease the number of days children spend away from learning due to water-born diseases and increase education and child cognitive learning from better health.
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How the LifeStraw Follow the Liters program works:

VOUS ACHETEZ DES
PRODUITS LIFESTRAW
LIFESTRAW FOURNIT DE
L’EAU POTABLE AUX ÉCOLES
NOUS SUIVONS
ENSEMBLE LES PROGRÈS

Lorsque vous achetez un produit LifeStraw, Vestergaard et ses partenaires distributeurs reversent une partie des fonds pour fournir des purificateurs LifeStraw Community à des écoles dans des pays en voie de développement qui n’ont pas facilement accès à de l’eau potable. Les fonds servent aussi à l’éducation sanitaire générale, aux visites de suivi trimestrielles, et à la maintenance régulière pour s’assurer que les purificateurs sont utilisés comme il se doit et exercent un impact réel et continu sur la santé des écoliers. En tant que l’un des plus grands investisseurs privés en eau potable pour les écoles dans le monde, nous nous assurons de nous acquitter de nos responsabilités envers les clients LifeStraw, les communautés vulnérables et nos partenaires dans le monde.

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