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Mozambique Well Project

Garry BerndtMozambique is one of the the poorest countries in the world. The United Nations estimates that more than 150 of every 1000 children born in Mozambique die before the age of five, the largest reason being lack of water or poor water quality. In Mozambique an estimated 57 percent of the rural population does not have access to potable water. Garry Berndt works with Maranatha Volunteers International drilling public water wells for rural Mozambique communities over about three years. These wells will provide access to life giving water, allowing women freedom to follow other pursuits without walking miles every day. The fresh water will revitalize villages and improve health for people of all ages. The Curry Stone Foundation is partially funding this project. For additional information about the scope and progress of this project consult Maranatha Volunteers International, a Seventh-day Adventist non-profit organization.

Photo: Garry Berndt by Dick Duerksen.

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