Global Ministries Water Projects

water_1_.pngHow do you rebuild your community without water? After being displaced for more than ten years by civil war, residents of Oori, Sri Lanka, returned to their homes only to find that there was no water. Without regular repairs, pumps and pipes had failed throughout the village. The effects spread beyond the basic need for hydration, impacting sanitation, home gardens, and small businesses.

When residents started to question whether the dream they had been holding on to in exile would all be lost, the Church of the American Ceylon Mission helped to restore this most precious resource by providing materials and training.

In many parts of the world, clean safe drinking water is a luxury. Whether due to drought, pollution, or destroyed infrastructure, the search for water is a chore that often removes children from classrooms and parents from their work. When water flows freely, residents are healthier and communities are stronger.

Global Ministries works with international partners to provide clean, safe drinking water with systems that utilize local talent and equipment so that the water solutions can be sustainably maintained.

Make your gift an alternative gift of Water and honor a loved one while making a difference in the lives of individuals around the world.


Current Water Projects

Building Sustainable Communities in Puerto Rico AMANASER 2025 (Puerto Rico)
CEOSS Priority Projects Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (Egypt)
Neighborhood Care Point Centers Feeding Program Kukhany'Okusha Zion Church (Swaziland)
Showers of Blessing Zimbabwe
Water Project at Lisadila School Protestant Church of East Timor (East Timor)
Water Projects in the Democratic Republic of Congo Community of Disciples of Christ in Congo
Water Project of the DSPR Department of Service for Palestinian Refugees (Israel/Palestine)
Water Projects of the United Church of Christ in Mozambique United Church of Christ in Mozambique

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  • Malani Mtonga
    commented 2016-01-08 07:21:59 -0500
    This is amazing! Water is indeed life