Rebuilding Southern Sudan: Safe Drinking Water (98021)
The Safe Drinking Water Intervention Project will provide access to clean water for up to six South Sudanese villages.
Part of the Rebuilding Southern Sudan: Church and Nation Program, this project will meet another vital need of the millions of refugees returning to South Sudan.
Many villages do not have access to safe drinking water. For those who settle near rivers or swamps, available water is not safe unless treated. In other areas, the land is dry, and water is scarce. Sometimes, even drilling is not successful because the water table is too low.
Safe, Clean Water by a Variety of Means
This project will provide drinking water facilities such as
In each village, the needs, geology and funding available will determine the kind of facility to be provided. Each drinking water facility will be placed in the location of other Rebuilding Southern Sudan projects. This will support SIM's other health, education, and agriculture initiatives while also preventing water-borne diseases.
Providing Clean Water and Living Water
Like all of the Rebuilding Southern Sudan projects, the Safe Drinking Water Intervention will strengthen the church. Evangelism, church planting, and church leadership training activities will be a part of the installation of clean water in a village.
When a well or purification system is installed, the church will organize a dedication service. Then the project will be handed over to the local community authorities. Community involvement in the project through consultation and volunteer labor will ensure that it is owned by the village from its inception.
Your financial partnership will allow refugees to resettle their homeland without the risk of waterborne disease. Serving the people of South Sudan in this way will show them the Living Water of Christ and strengthen the church. Thank you for your investment in the future of South Sudan.
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Project Number: 98021 Current Funding Progress:
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