Well Drilling

Friends in Action International has a partnership with SIM Burkina Faso/ Mali to drill wells in these countries’ villages. As a pastor who received a well in his village said, 'You cannot preach the gospel when people are preoccupied to know whether or not they will have water and if it will be clean or not.' As Jesus gave his life freely so that we can have it in abundance, and as He is the Living Water, Water for Burkina (the partnership between FiA and SIM BF) drills the wells free of charge for the villages, to show them the ultimate Gift of God.

To support this ministry, donate to the SIM office of your country and mention: Project Nr. 93 855

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