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From ages 3-10yrs kids are at their creative best. Allowing them to design their class room, will help give them the 'home feel' factor. This allows them to feel more comfortable in class and encourage them to more confidently produce creative work.

From ages 3-10yrs kids are at their creative best. Allowing them to design their class room, will help give them the 'home feel' factor. This allows them to feel more comfortable in class and encourage them to more confidently produce creative work.

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Imagine a room with a big screen tv and your favourite games !! Taking your breaks properly at work is important because it helps you relax and continue with your day. So why not grab a coffee and chill out?

Imagine a room with a big screen tv and your favourite games !! Taking your breaks properly at work is important because it helps you relax and continue with your day. So why not grab a coffee and chill out?

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christos commented on Pure water

Thank you for your great comment Khushwant. This is actually an idea we have already researched thoroughly and created visuals for (which will be uploaded soon). I believe it is a great idea for a survivor but not a practical day to day method of obtaining drinking water.

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christos commented on Pure water

Thank you for your comment Sam. The prototype in class was more of a visual break down of how filtering works. It is not a practical method of cleaning water. Yes, we have recently looked into PH levels of safe drinking water due to recent comments. Thanks for your contribution.

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christos commented on Pure water

Thanks you for your comments Vishigan. This Pit style Solar still is a method for producing water through evaporation (and we have also looked into a similar method that uses condensation) however we would like to introduce a more practical way of filtering water. In Kathmandu there is no shortage of water, only a shortage of sterile water. Therefore I believe we should concentrate on filtering the water already provided by nature instead of trying to produce small amounts of clean water. Ideally we would love to collaborate with a charity or government funded organisations and collaborate thoroughly to help solve this terrible issue with the world one day at a time.