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ETHOS 2016 Update: Patna, India

By Devon Florczak

The distance from Dayton, Ohio, to Patna, India, is 7,864 miles, and Katie Willard (CME) and Claudia Labrador Rached (CME) have completed the fourth week of their ETHOS Immersion Trip!

They have been living and working with the Jesuit brothers who founded Solar Alternatives and Associated Programmes (SAAP). SAAP is a nonprofit, charitable society committed to environmental protection and empowerment of the downtrodden through solar thermal technologies.

To follow along with their trip, click the link below. Great work Katie and Claudia!

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