Our currant water project is in the village of Kataman.
The 500 people of Katamen, Haiti, live in extreme poverty in the remote mountains of northern Haiti.
They do not have electricity, they do not eat every day and they do not have access to clean drinking water.
Their water comes from the cholera infested waters of the Riviere Mancelle.
We can change that. We can give them the gift of clean water. 100% of donations to this project go directly to fund the building of a catch tank for a mountain spring, a cistern and the 3600 feet of pipe needed to deliver water to seven water stations located throughout this community.
This project is costing $3.00 a foot for materials and skilled labor. The local people are providing the manual labor on a work for food based model. So far we have raised enough for 533 feet. Please sponsor at least one foot. Thank you.