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Water Harvest International exists to practically demonstrate the love of Christ and strengthen God's kingdom by drilling clean, abundant water wells for unreached communities in East Africa.



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Why Water?


     Chaplain Golyan's Story

 

The world water crisis is not, in fact, an issue of scarcity, but of access. Today, nearly a fifth of the world's population lives in areas where water is in short supply.

In South Sudan, more than half of the population depends on unclean sources of water for daily activities. As a result, they face serious risks of contracting fatal illnesses, such as typhoid, guinea and ringworm, diarrhea, cholera, trachoma, dengue fever and river blindness.

Annually, 2 million people in the world die of diarrhea caused by contaminated water and 84% of water related deaths occur amongst infants and children. Everyday women and children are forced to walk hours to collect water from polluted sources, time that could otherwise be spent in school or working to provide for their families.

                 Mary's Story

What We Do...

 

 

Mary's Story

Mary's Story

 

 

Water Harvest International is dedicated to providing clean water and establishing lasting community collaboration in the villages we serve.

Since February 2009, WHI has successfully completed over 160 water wells in numerous villages in South Sudan and northern Uganda. Through our outreach our team has brought abundant, convenient water to nearly 60,000 people and provided sanitation training to approximately 10,000.

WHI is dedicated to making a sustainable impact in the lives of East Africans. Our mission is to prepare our South Sudanese crews to manage and operate independentely of Western oversight. Because we strive to empower and generate accountability among African communities, villagers are involved in every aspect of our work.

As a result of our efforts, thousands of East Africans have received the good word of the Gospel.

For more information about Water Harvest International, please contact Elizabeth Jordan at:                                                                                                            

1320 S. University Drive, Suite 500
Fort Worth, TX 76107                                                                                         Phone: 817.632.5200                                                                                         Email: info@radlerfoundation.org

 

 


 

 

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Water Harvest International
1320 S. University Drive, Suite 500
Fort Worth, TX 76107
817.632.5200