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Clean Water Project

Nepal is one of the poorest nations in the world with over 42% living below the poverty line, and only 27% with access to improved sanitation. Though most Nepali people have access to water, it is not safe.

The water in the more urban areas is polluted by industrial waste and untreated sewage. This same waste leaks into streams and pollutes water in rivers and lakes that many in remote locations rely on as their only source of water.

Water sources in rural areas are even polluted with natural contaminations. The most recent concern is groundwater contamination containing arsenic found in the tube wells that many still rely on.

As a result, waterborne illnesses such as dysentery, typhoid, and cholera run rampant.

Children are the most affected with an astonishing 44,000 children under-five dying every year due to waterborne illness. That’s 121 per day, and 5 per hour.

What can help change these conditions? Your help of just $40.00 will purchase a mini-water filter that will last for 10 years!

Mini-water filter details:

This filter originated from kidney dialysis research and utilizes hollow fiber membrane technology 100% of the time removing all harmful bacteria, protozoa, or cysts like E. coli, Giardia, Cholera and Typhoid from the wa- ter as it passes through the membranes plus, the filter membranes are sturdy enough to withstand daily backwashing which allows it to be cleaned and reused again and again. Each filter easily attaches to any bucket or other water receptacle and it flows freely for up to 1 MILLION GALLONS of safe, clean water for an entire family for 10 years!


Two Remarkable Young Men Want To Help, And They’re Asking YOU To Join With Them!

Jeremy Manual and Nate Calhoun both need your help to them each deliver 100 mini-water filters to Nepal.


Meet Jeremy Manuel, a soon to be Louisiana College alumni with a heart for missions. While most students will celebrate graduating college with a trip to Florida, Jeremy wants to go to NEPAL to help deliver 100 water filters and eyeglasses in the name of Jesus all the while sharing the Good News of the gospel!

Donate to Help Jeremy Deliver 100 Mini Water Filters to Nepal


Meet Nate Calhoun, a soon to be Liberty University alumni with a heart for missions. Nate is graduating in Mission Aviation in May and wants to go to NEPAL to deliver 100 water filters and eyeglasses in the name of Jesus all the while sharing the Good News of the gospel!

Donate to Help Nate Deliver 100 Mini Water Filters to Nepal

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Clean Water Project

Nepal is one of the poorest nations in the world with over 42% living below the poverty line, and only 27% with access to improved sanitation. Though most Nepali people have access to water, it is not safe.

The water in the more urban areas is polluted by industrial waste and untreated sewage. This same waste leaks into streams and pollutes water in rivers and lakes that many in remote locations rely on as their only source of water.

Water sources in rural areas are even polluted with natural contaminations. The most recent concern is groundwater contamination containing arsenic found in the tube wells that many still rely on.

As a result, waterborne illnesses such as dysentery, typhoid, and cholera run rampant.

Two remarkable young men want to make a difference, and they need your help!

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