Project WET Foundation

Rating: 5 stars   1 review 266

Issues: Education, Environment, Water

Location: 1001 W Oak St Ste 210 Bozeman MT 59715 USA

Mission: The mission of Project WET is to reach children, parents, educators, and communities of the world with water education.
Results: Engaging, interactive and fun, Project WET materials have activities that teach all aspects of water in an enjoyable and relevant way, allowing today's children to become tomorrow's responsible water stewards.
Geographic areas served: Worldwide: All 50 U.S. states and more than 65 countries
Programs: Project WET is:* A publisher of materials and lesson plans for teachers and for children.* A source of leadership training and capacity building courses, seminars, and workshops for water education providers.* A global water education delivery network designed to reach children through educators.* A provider of information, support services, and consultation for people that have questions regarding water education for teachers and children.
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Project WET doesn't just raise awareness for water and sanitation issues worldwide, it gives tools to teachers and improves their methods so that they may carry on the chain of water education for many generations to come. Moreover, children who have learned about the importance of water in the classroom then become vectors for catalysing change within their own home environments. Project WET has touched millions in this way, in many different languages and cultures, putting education at the forefront of the effort to provide water and sanitation for all.

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