The second day of the fellowship began with a brief classroom review of the CWS approach to water treatment followed by a more hands on lesson. The fellows practiced rolling alum balls and using it on samples of dugout water. After seeing for themselves the magical filtering ability of alum, the fellows split up into their teams and practiced simulations of random household monitoring with their translators.
The fellows then made their first trip out into the field to visit existing CWS villages!! Teams 1 and 4 went to Jarigu, Team 2 Cheko, and Team 3 Nyamaliga. The fellows got to see the treatment centers first hand and further visualize the end goal of their projects. They also got to practice their Dagbani with the villagers!