Making Clean Water Accessible To All
The water filter project was birthed out of a slum visit to a granny in the slums. When we found out that she had severe stomach pains, headaches and a large ulcer in the mouth, we traced the root cause to her consuming dirty and contaminated water.
We bought her a portable ceramic water filter and tested it out for 3-4 weeks. Her testimony was nothing short of amazing. Her ulcer was gone and she no longer experienced headaches and diarrhea.
We all know the importance of clean drinking water. Many poor and unreached people group still do not have access to the clean drinking water that they deserve. Dirty, contaminated water has caused their health to suffer and in turn created a ripple effect for other social problems.
This propelled us to meet their very basic needs and to bring clean drinking water to them.
With the partnership of http://thegoodexchange.org, we rolled out the water filter project to slum communities and rural villages.
We collect a token sum from the registered beneficiaries to create responsibility and value and the token sum is then ploughed back towards projects to build their own community.
This model empowers the villagers to play their part not just in their own lives but also towards their own community.
What we have done thus far
We have distributed over 480 ceramic water filters to date to various slum communities and rural villages in the province and this project will continue so that clean water can be accessible to as many people as possible.
Here are some stories of our water filter distribution mission trips:
Check out our recent water filter projects:
Water Filter Project with Vealsbov Villiage & Kampong Speu Village
Water Filter Project with Cambodia Care Centre Community
Water Filter Project with Rural Villages Of Pursat Province
Water Filters and Solar Lights distribution to 100 families in Takeo Province
Contact us to find out more on how you can be part of our Water Filter Projects.
Also check out our Solar Light Project