Posted by Richard Segan on Mar 21, 2021
In honor of World Water Day, the Rotary Club of Brookline  has joined with the Brookline Quezalguaque Sister City Project in organizing a special program on March 25, to discuss the ongoing clean-water project in Quezalguaque, Nicaragua.

Join us this Thursday from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m., to learn about the Quezalguaque initiative, and hear from Rotarians and Dr. Betsy Reiley, one of the region’s leading water-quality experts. She serves as director of environmental quality for the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, and has been an active consultant on the Quezalguaque project.  

To register, either click here or scan the QR code in the image at right.

Globally, more than 844 million people lack access to clean water. That means more than one in every 10 people on the planet are affected by the global water crisis. One of Rotary’s seven Areas of Focus is clean water, and we’re proud to be a contributor and partner in the Quezalguaque project.  We are always working to better our world, and we invite you to join us in the fight to end the world water crisis.

For more information, contact Brookline Rotarian Richard Segan, by clicking here.