Towards the end of last year Oxfam arranged a meeting of all the partners [including ATprojects] in the new 2017 WASH program that is being funded by the ‘Thankyou Group’ of New Zealand and Oxfam [New Zealand]. The project will fund tank-based water supplies, VIP latrines, female showers and hygiene promotion in 6 rural schools and health facilities. At this meeting were representatives of the Health [see picture below of Mr. Wesley Albert of the Health Division making a point] and Education, Oxfam and ATprojects. ATprojects see this project as an on-going effort to improve water and sanitation access for the most poorest in our rural communities in the Eastern Highlands Province.