Georgia Tech Engineers Without Borders has a project in Njinikom, Cameroon,  in the village of Mungoa-goa. They have been working on a water supply and distribution project there over the last 4 years. Kenneth, who is a teacher by profession at a local school and an appointed youth educator on MUMUDA, used our soap to train local youth, ages 14‐24, to be peer educators in best hygiene, sanitation, and malaria prevention practices.  These peer educators will teach other youth about the importance of good hygiene and how to properly wash their hands, helping prevent the spread of hygiene and sanitation related illnesses in the community, and encouraging positive lifelong hygiene practices.