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  1. Mimi Jenkins
    Mimi Jenkins January 15, 2015 at 10:15 | | Reply

    This is really exciting to learn about the test marketing for direct sales of the LaBobo (Happy Tap) handwashing device in Cambodia! What price is it being sold at? Tell us more… :)

  2. Funky Sink Gets Kids In Cambodia To Wash Up, Could Save Thousands Of Young Lives - DailyScene.comDailyScene.com

    […] according to WaterAid. To help curb those figures, nonprofit WaterSHED recently released the LaBobo, a portable and inexpensive sink whose colorful design encourages kids to improve their hygiene […]

  3. Funky Sink Gets Kids In Cambodia To Wash Up, Could Save Thousands Of Young Lives - LogHim.com

    […] according to WaterAid. To help curb those figures, nonprofit WaterSHED recently released the LaBobo, a portable and inexpensive sink whose colorful design encourages kids to improve their hygiene […]

  4. Funky Sink Gets Kids In Cambodia To Wash Up, Could Save Thousands Of Young Lives | Cesar Vela

    […] according to WaterAid. To help curb those figures, nonprofit WaterSHED recently released the LaBobo, a portable and inexpensive sink whose colorful design encourages kids to improve their hygiene […]

  5. Funky Sink Gets Kids In Cambodia To Wash Up, Could Save Thousands Of Young Lives « CauseHub

    […] according to WaterAid. To help curb those figures, nonprofit WaterSHED recently released the LaBobo, a portable and inexpensive sink whose colorful design encourages kids to improve their hygiene […]

  6. Funky Sink Gets Kids In Cambodia To Wash Up, Could Save Thousands Of Young Lives - Find Kids, education and family-friendly resources on Oroola

    […] according to WaterAid. To help curb those figures, nonprofit WaterSHED recently released the LaBobo, a portable and inexpensive sink whose colorful design encourages kids to improve their hygiene […]

  7. Funky Sink Gets Kids In Cambodia To Wash Up, Could Save Thousands Of Young Lives - AltoSky - AltoSky

    […] according to WaterAid. To help curb those figures, nonprofit WaterSHED recently released the LaBobo, a portable and inexpensive sink whose colorful design encourages kids to improve their hygiene […]

  8. Today in Technology July 7, 2015 | Tech Fann.com

    […] according to WaterAid. To help curb those figures, nonprofit WaterSHED recently released the LaBobo, a portable and inexpensive sink whose colorful design encourages kids to improve their hygiene […]

  9. Funky Sink Gets Kids In Cambodia To Wash Up, Could Save Thousands Of Young Lives | Sanitation Updates

    […] help curb those figures, nonprofit WaterSHED recently released the LaBobo, a portable and inexpensive sink whose colorful design encourages kids to improve their hygiene […]

  10. Here's How Many People Actually Wash Their Hands After Using The Bathroom | Health Fine Fit

    […] Nonprofit WaterSHED is also appealing to kids’ creative senses by bringing colorful, portable and inexpensive sinks to Cambodia where more than 1,000 children die every year due to diarrheal diseases. The green LaBobo sinks conserve water, have a dedicated spot for soap and cost about $ 15.  […]

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