Waterborne diseases kill more than 3.4 million people yearly . . . claiming the lives of 4,500 children every day. In fact, dirty drinking water is at the root of malnutrition, infant mortality, preventable diseases, low school enrollment, and ultimately, the cycle of poverty.
By building clean-water wells and implementing water systems around the world, we can prevent water-related illnesses, save lives, and build healthier children, families, and communities.
“Everyone’s health has improved. There is joy and peace on everyone’s face in the village. There is enough water for the cattle, cooking, drinking, and bathing.” – Dithabhai, from Rajasthan, India
$15,000 provides a deep bore well
$5,000 provides a water project
$45 provides clean water for three people
“Truly I tell you, anyone who gives you a cup of water in my name because you belong to the Messiah will certainly not lose their reward.” – Mark 9:41