Day in the Life: Malik Gaye

Sakagne Senegal

Photo: Andrew Overstadt/Water Charity

Day in the Life: Malik Gaye is a nice short video-clip showing an average day for a 13-year-old boy in Sakagne, Senegal.

Click on the picture to watch the video.

The video was done by Peace Corps Volunteer Andrew Oberstadt who served in Sakagne. Among the projects he did during his tenure was the Sakagne Latrine Project, were he built 14 latrines to help 75 people get covered basic sanitation needs. The project was funded by SLOW LIFE Foundation in cooperation with Water Charity.

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