Sophomore Eliya Lee believes as the vice president of the Water Project in GHCHS the Tap Project "would provide a great opportunity for the clubs on campus to be involved with a project that does not require a lot of money."
The Tap Project garnered nearly 3 million dollars to give a vital necessity to nearly 3 million children all over the globe. This year UNICEF plans to target specifically Togo Mauritania Vietnam and Cameroon. In areas such as these 4100 children die daily of water-related diseases such as blinding trachoma.
Lee commented "Since people spend their money on useless things I think the project will allow people to spend money on something more important and urgent. One dollar isn't a lot of money but it reaches out to that one suffering child. This will definitely make people aware of how little they can do for so much."
Sooji Yang / 10. Granada Hills Charter