Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Kenya Ceramics Project in national spotlight

Congratulations to our students and alumni featured in today's Globe and Mail for the Kenya Ceramics Project. This small business produces CeraMaji, a terra-cotta pot that removes disease-causing contaminants from drinking water in developing countries. This born-in-Edmonton solution is poised to save and improve the lives of millions of people who lack access to clean drinking water. This is a great example of living the U of A promise, Uplifting the Whole People. If you haven't seen it before, here is the promise story about this project.

1 comment:

  1. Heeeyy am marvin a Kenyan from Kitale....i use the Cera Maji n its wow...thanks guyz


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