Team Kenya, one of the five teams to win a $3,000 seed grant during the 2017 program for their action plan project, has made great progress towards bringing their idea to reality. The team members – Chao Mbogo, Charity Wanjiku, Janet Leparteleg, Ruth Kaveke and Topy Muga – pitched an idea to address the sanitation problem in Kenyan schools by decreasing the toilet-to-student ratio by at least 50%. Their winning project idea, now registered locally as Digniti Charitable Trust, will partner with existing sanitation providers to build new toilets, launch a hygiene curriculum in schools and create an accountability model that rewards schools that sustain high sanitation standards. Team Kenya has recently selected Reten Primary School for the pilot project, a school that currently has only one toilet shared by the entire student body. The pilot will begin implementation at Reten Primary School in May.