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Educate. Empower. Act. The mission of Project WET is to reach children, parents, educators and communities of the world with water education. We invite you to join us in educating children about the most precious resource on the planet — water.
Numerous non-government organizations have worked with Project WET to:
Partner with Project WET and ensure that educators, students, business professionals, political leaders and others can meet the water challenges of the 21st century, because tomorrow is already here.
To partner with Project WET, contact Dennis Nelson.
Many Project WET host institutions are non-government organizations that conduct training workshops and further the mission of Project WET in their city, region, state or country.
Using its unique leadership team and writing workshop process, Project WET produces:
Project WET will work with you to produce a publication designed for a specific audience on a topic of interest to your organization. Publications are made available to the global Project WET network for dissemination to educators and others. These materials also may be accessed through the Project WET store.
Project WET publications are generally coupled with training.
Training agendas are shared among the network of Project WET coordinators, tested and perfected. Project WET also offers training on water resource topics for NGO staff or target audiences.
For example, Project WET trained individuals from the Montana State University Chapter of Engineers without Borders, who distributed Project WET sanitation and hygiene education materials to schools in western Kenya. These materials complemented their work to provide water by drilling wells and installing pumps.