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Donations in use: charity: water fulfills promise of clean water to village in Central African Republic

CharityWater in the Moale village of Central African Republic

In September 2010, non-profit organization charity: water raised $1,091,138.00 through their mycharity: water individual fundraising campaigns. They would eventually reach the fundraising goal of $1.7 million with the help of East Lake Church, supporters at charity: ball, and other donors.

The mission was to provide every Bayaka in the Moale Village of Central African Republic with access to clean water. The event was broadcast live for all of CharityWater‘s supporters to see. After two failed attempts, wells collapsed and the live drill was unable to reach water for the people in Moale.

charity: water refused to give up and returned enlisting the help of more experts, volunteers, equipment, etc. While the people continued to walk miles each day to get their drinking water from a dirty swamp, the charity’s drilling partner Jim Hocking was working on a plan. On July 20th, 2011, the promise — made 10 years ago — was fullfilled. See the inspiring story unfold in the video below.

we are determined to bring clean and safe water to every person on the planet…”

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