Our commitment to safe water access is unwavering. We implement diverse water solutions tailored to the unique needs of each community, ranging from pipeline installations to spring catchments. These projects are more than infrastructure; they empower communities with essential resources and knowledge. We prioritize training water committees in maintenance and operation, ensuring sustainability. Regular quality testing verifies the safety of these water sources, guaranteeing clean, reliable water for all.
Hygiene and sanitation are the cornerstones of public health. To promote healthier habits, we employ the Community Care Group (CCG) approach, where volunteers share lessons on proper handwashing, diarrhea prevention, and more. In schools, we engage students and parents, reducing illness and absences. Our “WASH in the School” program strengthens hygiene practices, involving not only students but also the broader community. Through these initiatives, we’re creating lasting changes in behavior that translate into healthier lives.
The involvement of local churches and networks is pivotal to our Flourish model. Together with church institutions and local authorities, we foster initiatives that lead to transformative and sustainable WASH programs. Orality, even in indigenous languages, helps spread the gospel effectively. We distribute biblical literature, promote water culture, and establish church mobilization groups. By engaging communities through their churches, we inspire meaningful change that reflects God’s love.
In the name of Jesus, we share the gospel through our work. Whether narrating biblical passages linked to water issues or distributing biblical literature, our efforts transcend language barriers, reaching even indigenous communities. By making the church a catalyst for hygiene, health, and community development, we create lasting change. We build bridges with church networks and Christian NGOs, strengthening communities and fostering trained groups that redefine their mission.