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Debbie Smith, who runs the NSRI's Port St John’s WaterWise Project, is working a new area for the month of August.There are many outlying areas that all fall within our boundaries, however there are many, many rural schools that are situated in beautiful remote parts that are not visited by many outsiders. We are focusing on the Majola area this month, which is a major tea plantation area on the outskirts of Port St John’s and approximately half an hour to an hour away. We have ear-marked at least 8 schools, having been given these contacts from the principal of a school we visited in June.We hope to have many happy stories coming from Majola during this month!P1070165P1070166P1070167P1070185P1070172
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