Children
 Haiti
Project #9174

Clean Water for Haitian Orphans

by God's Littlest Angels Inc
Mar 11, 2013

Clean Water in Haiti

We are heading into the rainy season in Haiti.   What does that mean?   That means a lot more water everywhere.

That's a good thing in that we can catch more of it in our cisterns to filter and use.

That's a bad thing in that flooding can make life difficult for those still living in tents.

It's a challenging thing in that additional water flooding the streams can make disease more prevalent and harder to combat.

So what does that mean for the orphanange?

It means that having clean water for our kids (when I originally wrote the project up, we had 110 kids, now we have 145) even more important.

It means that it is even more important that our kids have enough clean water to stay healthy.

The need is ongoing, we have more kids to provide for than we used to.    Thank you for anything you can do to help us provide for the kids.

 

Tom

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Organization Information

God's Littlest Angels Inc

Location: Colorado Springs, CO - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.glahaiti.org/​
Project Leader:
Dixie Bickle
Colorado Springs, Colorado United States

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