Unclean drinking water is one of the main causes of illness for people living in impoverished nations. Often times it can even be deadly. A simple drink of clean water is a luxury to many people.
We desperately want to bring relief to as many people as we can by providing this basic necessity. Through Well of Life projects, wells, water tanks and other projects, we’ve made this a reality for people in over 25 countries.
Our main focus for Well of Life projects is in India, although we’ve also established them in other countries such as Laos, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Thailand. These projects consist of a bore well and a church. So not only are people receiving clean water, they are given a house of worship in their community. The pastor is available to pray with community members and invite them to join in worship. To date, over 575 Wells of Life projects are working to provide safe water.
We also work to drill wells in other regions of the world in need of clean water, including areas in Africa who’ve recently experienced severe drought. To date, more than 325 well projects in more than 20 countries are working to provide safe water.