We would like to thank writer Arabella Stewart who has been covering One Planet’s Dinknesh D.RO.P.S Project for the magazine called “Whats Out Addis”. Here is a copy of the September article, if you missed it! One Planet School has already proved itself to be an innovative school by thinking out of the box and offering students the chance to become involved in devising real solutions that relate to real situations and engaging their students with the realities of life around them. One such initiative is the Dinknesh Club of One Planet School and their D.R.O.P.S. (Drinking Relief by One Planet School) project, managed by members of the club from grades 7-12. The project is to drill a well and be able to provide clean drinking water to a remote rural farming community in Sebeta not so very far away from Addis. Despite urban settlements within the general area, members of this community known as Keteneni have to travel 20 kilometers a day to fetch clean drinking water something we take for granted here in Addis with the simple turning of a tap….
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