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Hi Sneha,

Very cool work. Just wanted to stop by to introduce you to one of the enterprises in our network: http://coschool.co/. Although I am not an expert in education, I am constantly impressed by Henry and CoSchool's work in Colombia. I hope the model brings some inspiration to you and I will share your work with him as well. I thoroughly believe that our interconnected planet makes us stronger and better as we can learn so much from each other.

Thanks for the work you do. Good Luck!

Hola Subhani!

Thank you so much for your work and interest in our country. I would love to meet you and dig deeper into your technology and its efficiencies. Asade from our desalinization technology, we have multiple water transfer systems which we are currently testing in multiple rural areas with access to still or polluted water systems. Whenever you get a chance, please send me an email to tanita@irrazonables.com and we can take it form there!

Good luck and hope to connect soon!!

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Hi Courtney,

Wonderful and so much needed work. I have been exposed to so many at risk youth that leave their families voluntarily, many of whom ar facing violence and abuse. I wonder how do you account and protect the children from this real risk. I've seen sometimes families call for the kids return because thay are aware that some level of financial support will come their way, but children are sometimes silenced by fear and are unable to express these dangers. I am from a beautiful and dramatic city in Colombia called Cartagena. The massive tourism industry has brought with it a dramatic surge in prostitution and teenage pregnancies. Many of these young girls are encouraged into this life by their own families, and many of them flee in fear of retaliation. Here is a wonderful organization in my city working with vulnerable young girls, I’d like to share their work with you in case there are parallels to be drawn, ideas to absorb or even collaboration opportunities to pursue: https://juanfe.org/en/. Hope this is inspiring!