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    • 400 MILLION SCHOOL DAYS

      Are lost each year due to poor sanitation.

    • MILLIONS OF
      CHILDREN

      Are saved
      by routine
      hand-
      washing
      with soap.

    • 2.6 BILLION
      PEOPLE

      Lack
      access
      to basic
      sanitation
      worldwide.

    • TOILETS SAVE

      More lives than
      any other
      invention.

    • OUR WORK

      Aims to deliver proper sanitation to schools in Kenya, enhancing health and enabling education.

Blog

  1. Aug. 10, 2015, 9:34 p.m. | By: kowalej | In: Announcements

    Connecting Countries' 4th Visit to Kenya

    John P. Smith president of CCAAS headed to Kenya’s Nyandarua County July 2nd and returned July 18th. The purpose of this trip was 3 fold....

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  2. March 23, 2015, 12:22 a.m. | By: kowalej | In: Announcements

    Lawfield Grade 7 Students Receive Pen Pal Letters from Kenya

    On March 13, 2015 John, president of CCAAS, visited 2 grade 7 classes at Lawfield School in Hamilton. Both classes received their return Pen Pal letters from students at Kibathi Primary School in Kenya. Through CCAAS’ Pen Pal program, both schools have now exchanged one set of letters. Lawfield’s st...

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  3. March 7, 2015, 9:55 a.m. | By: Chris McAllister | In: Announcements

    Sanitation for All - Join us on Saturday April 18th!

    As the days gradually become longer and the weather slowly begins to improve, let us offer you a way to speed up your spring mood....

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  4. Nov. 25, 2014, 5:26 p.m. | By: Chris McAllister | In: Announcements

    Tackles for Toilets Thank You

    Connecting Countries would like to extend a large thank you to the participants of the 2014 Tackles for Toilets fundraiser that took place on Friday, November 7th, 2014.  Special apprecation goes out to those who donated tickets so that youth in the Toronto District School Board's Boys 2 Men program...

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  5. Nov. 18, 2014, 8:02 a.m. | By: Chris McAllister | In: Announcements

    Construction began at Chaka Reli- Nov. 5, 2014

    Construction of the new latrine/urinal blocks will replace the original wooden and unsanitary latrine block. The pit is hand dug- 30 feet deep. Cement foundation for walls are poured by hand and quarry stone walls are assembled.  ...

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  6. Oct. 1, 2014, 5:05 p.m. | By: Chris McAllister | In: Announcements

    4th Annual Tackles for Toilets

    November 7th 2014, Rogers Centre ...

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