During a comprehensive site investigation with Rotary International in the Guamote state of Ecuador, Agua Viva identified three excellent candidates for a Water Purification System. One of those sites as a consolidated school of 500 students in a remote area of the poorest county of the poorest state of Ecuador… Guamote. Agua Viva took up the challenge and signed a covenant with the school called 29 Septiembre in the city of Pomachaca. Curt Mader lead an outstanding team of volunteers to this remote village driving three hours each day. Enduring long hours of travel and work hours, the team was also challenged by the seemingly never-ending festival in the village. But, by the end of the week…. SUCCESS. Pure clean ozonated water for the entire school of 500 children, FOR THE FIRST TIME!