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  1. Keith Edwards

    I had the pleasure of working for John Snow in Papua New Guinea in the 90′s. We achieved many exciting outcomes in the Child Survival Project. I particularly remember promoting the Tippy-Tap for handwashing -a plastic bottle mounted next to the village toilet in the sunshine so as to sterilize the river water – 50 handwashes per bottle of water – prevention better than cure!

    1. Penelope Riseborough

      Thanks Keith, what a great story!
      We’d If you’ve not joined our alumni database yet, please do! You can access it at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1kjmyRFXmtUzv3alyphvG0Gq2MNM28Iy-cvc6HNaRLBg/viewform
      Thanks for leaving a comment.
      Penelope

  2. Michael Rodriguez (aka MRod)

    I must say, it’s this spirit of fun mixed with a passion for making the world a better place that I miss most! Rock on Joel and John Snow!

    1. Penelope Riseborough

      Thanks Michael,
      Hope all is well. We miss you too.
      best, -p

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