Water. What does it Really Mean?
In developed countries, water flows like magic, on demand, clean and reliable. When we say “I have no water…”, well that’s a busted pipe or an issue with the utility company and the water is just not flowing as we expect.
In many parts of the world, like rural Ethiopia, the search for water is all consuming. It does not flow from faucets but rather must be hauled with manual labor. The source is wherever nature provides and its availability varies with the seasons. The water is most often dirty and contaminated with pathogens. It’s not just the humans that need water but the animals and crops need it too. Whatever the source, it is shared for both life and, unfortunately, death.
Water borne diseases kill many in Ethiopia. Children are especially vulnerable . In developed countries, that reality is unacceptable. Water is Life cannot change the entire world, but we can make a difference in Ethiopia.
Decades of experiences have uniquely prepared our team for this task. The gifts of each are combined into a relentless passion to offer hope, transform live’s and empower those in Ethiopia… one well, one village, one life at time.
Explore our website, follow us on Facebook and Instagram. See the sights, hear the sounds and learn of those in Ethiopia. Your heart will be touched. You will become enlightened, inspired and fall in love. If you are truly moved, there are many ways you can become involved and help us empower those in Ethiopia.