Safe drinking water is still a major problem in many parts of Liberia. Open Wells continue to serve as a primary source of water for persons living in the village or rural community. Still, in some remote places creeks and streams are being used to gather drinking water.
In recent years, there is growing demand for hand pumps in all towns and villages as a result of increase in water-born diseases including Ebola and diarrhea. We are seeking partnerships for the construction of hand pumps that will enhance water purification and safety for children, pastors and their families as well as their communities in general.