This page provides videos from different sources and organizations. These videos demonstrate versions of the ceramic water filter technology that we are using with the TAMU Water Project. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Doc Henley 2009 CNN Hero — Wine to Water

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Richard Wukich, featured in this video which aired on CNN, is a project consultant for our project.

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A photo slideshow/video about the TAMU Water Project created by Michelle Badash.

Michelle Badash has been developing award-winning print and Web-based health content for non-profits, academia and the private sector for more than 15 years. She currently works as the Managing Editor of an academic international nutrition journal, and is also a freelance consultant specializing in global health and photography projects. Michelle is a volunteer editor of this year’s Health Literacy Month storytelling project. You can contact her directly at michelle@mbadash.com

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Manny Hernandez, Northern Illinois University.  Hernandez is a consultant for our project.

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Clay Coleman, “Deep Breath.” Everyone has a big moment, especially at Texas A&M. No matter who, or where you are, “Deep Breath” is about gearing up for excellence. Credits: Songwriter & artist Clay Coleman ’09, cinematographer Jake Hamilton ’07, writer & director Greg Kwedar ’07. Watch closely for cameo appearances by TAMU Water Project members Bryan Boulanger and Steve Carpenter.

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Filtron Ceramic Water Filter. Ceramic colloidal silver water filters. Produced in Ghana by Ceramica Tamakloe Ltd

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UNICEF Ceramic Water Filter

YANGON, Myanmar, 28 August 2007 — “I am not the only one who prefers to drink water from the tap of the blue bucket,” says Ma Eh Wah, a mother of two children who lives in A Pyin The Phyu village in Yangon, the capital of Myanmar.

The Happy Family Water System is part of an ongoing project started last year by UNICEF and a local non-governmental organization, the Community Development Association.

The project has brought appropriate water purification technology to the household level. A factory in Yangon has produced more than 3,000 ceramic water filters that have been distributed to villages and schools in places such as A Pyin The Phyu, where surface water is used as a major water source.

To read the full story, visit: http://www.unicef.org/wes/myanmar_407…

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TAMU Water Project Facility Prototype Design 1