Repairing Flood damaged well
Repairing Flood damaged well
Child drawing drinking water from flooded river
Child drawing drinking water from flooded river
Children getting water from newly repaired pump
Children getting water from newly repaired pump
Flooding at time of hurricane
Flooding at time of hurricane
The people of Hurricane-related Cholera Prevention Water Well Maintenance, Haiti thank
Disaster Relief Donors (Across Canada & USA)

For helping them replace their worn-out pump and repair their well

A message from the community

Dear Sir/Madame,

The stories we hear as we go from village to village after the winds and rain stopped falling so heavily are filled with both fear and joy.  Fear that the waters would devastate the rebuilding the residents had done after Matthew hit last year, fear that they would get sick again with cholera, and yet there was evidence of great joy.  The Lord was praised as they saw the lifewater truck come to repair handpumps and many hands rushed to help when the drill team came to a community in need to put in a much needed well.

We prayed together that the rains would let up and that no further storms would hit Haiti.

Together we say a big thank you to all who came to our aid and helped us in our time of need.

Hanania Orleus

Lifewater d'Haiti Program Coordinator

Some community details (provided by our in-country partners)

A total of 66 wells were repaired restoring safe water again

Well Details

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Every $1 you give provides a child with safe water for a year!

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