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Can you even imagine not having clean, safe water flowing from your kitchen and bathroom faucets? Clean water to drink, bathe and wash with? Can you imagine not having a dish washer, or hot water heater or clothes washer? The people I am going to visit have none of that. The women grab buckets or jerry cans and walk, sometimes miles, to get to a pond or river bed. If they have been in a drought then they have to dig for water, then haul it back, often on their heads to their hut. It is nasty water!
I am returning in 4 weeks, April 19-29, to deliver, assemble, educate and demonstrate to African villagers in Tanzania, how to remove waterborne disease such as E. coli, legionella, salmonella, cholera, dysentery and giardia from their collected water with clean water filters.
Will also be delivering mosquito bed nets that help prevent malaria, another common illness in this region. These are lifesaving tools to help them live healthy, productive lives.
Note these tribes are semi-nomadic and need small portable tools like these so that they can pack everything up and carry them when it is time to move to a new location. If you would like to help us pay for the water filters, mosquito nets and tarps to waterproof their mud and thatch homes that would be really appreciated. Every dollar counts! You can help by sharing this post and or donating at https://gofund.me/3b8e26b6
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