MORE THAN A CUP OF COLD WATERHelp dig a well for the for the Methodist Church in Tanzania
A consistent supply of clean water brings life in some many ways.
Helps keeps people healthy well noursished
by keeping them free from diseases, parasite infections and intestinal diseases Frees women
from travelling long distances and carrying heavy loads for waterFrees young girls
for time to study Lowers building costs
for projects like completing the Secondary School
Pastors and Bishops we visited on our recent journey to Tanzania
In 2014 We returned on a visit to Kenya and Tanzania in Easter Africa where we had served as United Methodist missionaries in 1993-1999. During our visit to the annual conference we learned about their project to build and secondary school in a village near Magu. For the project to go forward they need a deep well to supply water for the school and the whole village. We took up the challenge.
Secondary School under constructionWho will get CLEAN water?
Students at the Secondary School in Magu Tanzania
People living in the surrounding village.
A traditional Tanzanian kitchen.
Imagine how much it means to the childen and families to have access to clean water .FUN FACTS
Compare average daily water use per person:
USA 80-100 gallons per day
Tanzania 2.6 gallons per day
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. All proceeds go to this well!