Today we share with you well #148 in Honor of Baby Austen. Well #148 is also called the Kalecheru Well. This well serves healthy water to about 1,250 Ugandan people. The gift of clean water is such an amazing blessing! In Honor of Baby Austen November 30, 2010 Arlington, Texas Psalm 30:11-12 Lodoi Development Fund
Today we share with you well #146, lovingly dedicated by the Grandparents in honor of Amador Jr. and Vicki Sanchez’s baby. Well #146 is also called the Sukusuku Well and provides clean water to 2,000 Ugandan people. The gift of clean water is such an amazing gift! In honor of our Grand Baby that went
Today we share with you well #145 in loving memory of Stacy Lynn Nagel. Well #145 is also called the Acorn Well and provides clean water to 3,500 Ugandan people. In honor of Stacy Lynn Nagel 10/1/1975-2/15/2002 Calgary Canada Keep Smiling Isaiah 40:31 Lodoi Development Fund But those who hope in the
Today we share with you well #144 in loving memory of Mason Ryan Wright. Well #144 is also called the Obwanen Well and provides clean water to 900 Ugandan people. His Memory Endure Mason Ryan Wright 12/15/2001-6/5/2013 Castle Rock, CO Romans 8:38-39 Lodoi Development Fund For I am convinced that neither death nor life,
Today we share with you wells #142 and #149, both in loving memory of Logan and Sarah Gornall. Well #142 is also called the Agurur Well and provides clean water to 3,000 people. Well #149 is also called the Kabekun Well and provides safe water to 3,000 people. The gift of life through clean water
Today we share with you well #140, called the Kauta well providing clean water to 1,700 people. We also share well #141, called the Akadot well providing clean water to about 1,300 people, both in honor of Quinn Ruthie Weber. These are the 3rd and 4th wells built in honor of Quinn Ruthie Weber. Praise
1 in 10 people don’t have access to clean drinking water.
663 million people live without access to safe water.
320 Clean Water Projects Completed
Every 90 seconds, a child dies from a water-related disease.
1 million are people killed by water, sanitation and hygiene-related disease each year.
We are helping families all over the U.S. and abroad. When a family loses a child, or a soldier or a loved one, these wells provide comfort for the people that are in tremendous pain. Secondly, we’re providing clean water to the folks in Uganda and helping the Ugandans help themselves.