The goal of this project was to create a system that would teach the importance of water filtration to students in Ndabibi, Kenya. The kit taught three different methods of filtration: charcoal, layered, and one using Moringa seeds. The project had to be affordable, sustainable, and empowering for the community, in order for it to be successful.
During my time in Ndabibi, I was able to interview local teachers and students about the kit, and get critical feedback. I was also able to observe the water crisis that is taking place in Kenya.
This was a partner project. My roles were project manager, researcher, prototype testing, and on the ground research (interviewing, photography, research) in Kenya.