Wish for WASH x International Rescue Committee in Atlanta Instructional Design + Life Skills Curriculum Pilot: Cooking Oil and Grease Disposal Lesson Reflection

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) in Atlanta and Wish for WASH (W4W) piloted a water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) related curriculum with a diverse group of adult learners who attended. W4W was involved in two pilot sessions.

The first pilot, led by W4W members Tamara Renno and Jasmine Burton, was held on February 19th, 2020 at the Lakes at Indian Creek apartment complex in Clarkston, GA, where 10 adult learners and instructors attended. The second pilot led by W4W members Debbie Levy, Brianna Milks, and Jasmine Burton was held on February 20th, 2020 at the IRC in Atlanta’s main office, where approximately 20 students, as well as volunteers and instructors, were present.

This piloted lesson plan targeted the challenge of how to appropriately dispose of cooking oil and grease.

Check out our team’s reflection from this first life skills curriculum development and pilot experience with the IRC in Atlanta!

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