[Health] Skype-- Sanitation/Water
beth at waveplace.org
Fri Sep 3 08:54:34 EDT 2010
Can we try for Monday morning or afternoon (looks like this is becoming a
trend)? That way we can spend a couple of days finishing off the topic list,
getting some ideas of how to present them and then come ready to divide on
How does 11am EDT sound for people? I know it's a holiday so if you'd rather
do it later, or on Tuesday, just keep me posted.
See you at 11am EDT on Monday if not anything else.
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On Thu, Sep 2, 2010 at 3:30 PM, Caryl Bigenho <cbigenho at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I have company coming for dinner tomorrow evening, but if we do it early
> enough... say 1:00PM or 1:30PM MDT. it would work out. Maybe even earlier.
> I will be putting a clear finish on a door tomorrow morning and can't start
> too early because it isn't warm enough.
> Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2010 10:54:02 -0700
> From: mikebeary at yahoo.com
> Subject: Re: Skype-- Sanitation/Water
> To: rcaton at cnu.edu
> CC: beth at waveplace.org; cbigenho at hotmail.com; health at lists.laptop.org
> I am free tomorrow afternoon and next week as well.
> *From:* Randall Caton <rcaton at cnu.edu>
> *To:* Beth Santos <beth at waveplace.org>
> *Cc:* chriswaterguy at appropedia.org; Caryl Bigenho <cbigenho at hotmail.com>;
> Michael Beary <mikebeary at yahoo.com>; OLPC Health list <
> health at lists.laptop.org>
> *Sent:* Thu, September 2, 2010 12:48:33 PM
> *Subject:* Re: Skype-- Sanitation/Water
> I am free tomorrow afternoon and next week.
> On Thu, Sep 2, 2010 at 7:49 AM, Beth Santos <beth at waveplace.org> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Looks like we've got some new faces to complete our team. And more great
> news-- we only need two more sanitation topics and one more water topic
> before we've completed our unit outline! Let's Skype to divvy up lessons and
> get cracking.
> I'm free anytime today, tomorrow or next week, including Monday, up until
> about 5pm EDT each day. Sat/Sun are not good for me, however.
> In the meantime, let's finish fleshing our lessons out and if you have any
> particular ideas as to how to present something, add it to the outline. If
> we can have a pretty good outline by the time we Skype that would be great!
> 1. Intro: What is sanitation and why is it important?
> 2. Who, What, When, Where, Why and How to wash your hands
> 3. How to make soap
> 4. What to do if you get diarrhea
> 5. Proper disposal of human waste
> 6. How to make a safe latrine
> 7. Rehydration... how to
> 8. Links between water and sanitation
> 1. Intro to water: different types of water, saltwater vs freshwater,
> potable vs unpotable water
> 2. Is "dirty" water always bad and "clean" water always good?
> 3. What's in the water that you can and can't see that can hurt you
> 4. How can you purify water?
> 5. How to make a solar still
> 6. Other ways to get safe water without burning up the rainforest to
> do it
> 7. Water and the environment- what human activity does to water
> resources and why
> 8. The water cycle
> 9. Water distribution methods
> *Beth Santos*
> Outreach Coordinator
> Waveplace Foundation
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