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P u t t i n g F a i t h I n t o A c t i o n S i n c e 1 9 5 9


Community Outreach: Water Wells & Farm Animals


“He turneth the wilderness into a standing water, and dry ground into watersprings. And there He maketh the hungry to dwell, that they may prepare a city for habitation; and sow the fields, and plant vineyards, which may yield fruits of increase. He blesseth them also, so that they are multiplied greatly; and suffereth not their cattle to decrease.” – Psalm 107:35-38


Dear WME Partners and Supporters,


FOOD AND WATER –the most basic and essential daily needs of our human body.


For many of us, it’s a simple issue. When your stomach begins rumbling for food or your throat becomes dry and scratchy for water, what do you do? Most likely, you find a pantry, water tap, refrigerator, café, or grocery store. Your problem easily solved, you quickly move on to tackling the list of things you want to do today.


But other people in remote and impoverished areas live in a very different world. For them and for their children, locating good food and clean drinking water on a daily basis is a demanding and difficult task.


Some walk for miles on foot over dirty roads dragging containers to fill with water for drinking, cooking, and “bathing.” Of course, children who spend hours on this chore fall behind in school. For others, the water where they live is harmful due to pollution and water-borne disease; their governments either can’t or won’t provide them with clean water that is easily accessible. Some living in extreme poverty dig through discarded trash for items to sell for food. Others would gladly work a small farm for their family, but they can never scrape together enough money to get started. After all, their young children need food, shelter, and medical care right now. But they hope to try again next year, or maybe the year after that…


SO WHAT CAN WE DO TO HELP? You can partner with World Missionary Evangelism on Water Projects and Farming Projects. Both make an incredible impact on communities and in families suffering from the lack of good food and clean water.


Clean water is a critical starting point for changing lives. When water is unsafe or inaccessible, an entire community suffers. People have a hard time growing food, raising livestock, or preventing disease and malnutrition. You can stop hunger, heal disease, and save lives with the simple gift of clean water to a community in need.


When you supply seed for crops or farm animals, you give families the means to raise and produce nourishing food products. People are finally able to feed their children, produce food items for the coming months, and sell extra crops or livestock at the local market. And over time, the farm can grow as the family’s way of life improves. Farm animals or crop seeds provide a reliable source of food and future income. That’s an incredible blessing for the family, and a big step forward for the community.


Small wells like this save the lives of countless people and pave the way for health and a more productive life.


WME


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Water projects save and benefit the lives of people and livestock, as well as providing irrigation for crops like the corn these boys are about to eat.


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