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RWOMI HELPS IN SOUTH INDIA
Sustainable Development Goal 6
Clean Water and Sanitation

For 2 small communities in South India, running water was a distant dream and a dire need.  They had been without running water for several years.  Members of the community reached out and Restoration World Outreach Ministries Incorporated (RWOMI) answered the call.
Through the recent RWOMI Water Campaign, each of the 2 communities - Andhra Pradesh and Kalvapudi Angraharam (totaling approximately 500 people) were able to acquire a Bore Motor that allows them to pump water 24 hours/day for all members of the community to access!   The water found is good clean water that will service the community.
This is significant for the community and supports RWOMI’s efforts to assist in accessing clean water for the community; which is in keeping also with Sustainable Development Goal # 6 of providing Clean Water and Sanitation!

India, Andhra Pradesh and Kalvapudi Angraharam
RWOMI In Nakuru kenya evaluating water crisis
Water is life!   RWOMI has already putting in strategic plans and is having dialogue with other NGO’s and partners that can help us with this Crisis.  With global pollution and toxic waste, there are dangers of an even more serious water crisis.  We have seen firsthand the problems in Kenya and Colombia regarding this issue.  Many are prepared to dig wells where necessary. 
 
We need the help to dig wells.  It costs US$500 per generator which can serve up to a quarter of the community.  It costs US$1000 to dig and set up the well for each community and to maintain it with water purifiers.  The pregnant women and the elderly need it desperately.
 
We also need persons or organizations to donate water tanks to RWOMI so that we can help to facilitate another level of water storage for the communities in need.
 
Further to that, we need more resources to clean up the seaside and other waterways and also grants to facilitate education and activities regarding climate change. 
Based on past reports given by the World Health Organization (WHO), 3 million people die each year from the effects of air pollution alone. Furthermore, according to a WHO article, "According to Global Health Risks: Mortality and burden of disease attributable to selected major risks indoor air pollution is responsible for 2.7% of the global burden of disease."
Rwomi Humanitarian Aid workers building bath facilities in Barranquilla Colombia
 
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