Table of Contents
- Water Filters: A Retrospective Look
- The Research Continues… With Your Support!
- Good News for Global Drinking Water!
- Water Filter Accomplishments
- Meet the Team: Yogyakarta, Indonesia and Alfred, New York, USA
- Great Progress for Water Filters!
- You’re from Alfred, New York too? Nice to meet you!
- 2012 • Extended Service, Kristina Blank
- Visit to Cambodia
- Kiln Arrives!
- Six Weeks of Sun and Rice
- Esther – Growing Pains
- 2011 • Extended Service, Esther Buckwalter
- 2011 • Extend Service Nicholas Rozard
- Successful Soup and Bread Dinner!
- Water Filter News Article Jan 10th, 2011
- About The Ceramic Water Filter Project
2011 • Extend Service Nicholas Rozard
Nick and Sarah Rozard lived in Yogyakarta to work with SHEEP Indonesia to establish production of the ceramic water filters. Sarah stayed for several months while Nick remained in Indonesia for one year. The Rozards established the knowledge and professionalism needed to reliably manufacture water filters.
Communities were connected in New York, Ohio, and Indonesia by this work. The effects of connecting these communities has a profoundly positive impact on peace. Past work has brought teachers and others from Indonesia to the U.S. as well as many Americans to Indonesia. The stories, experiences, and insight that these interactions bring are hugely positive for each community affected.
The Rozards also worked with SHEEP to better understand the skills and approaches to direct fundraising. Effective fundraising enables work like their Indonesian service and peace work. See the water filter page for more news about their work.