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Right now, millions of people are living without safe drinking water. But with your Living Water gift card you can help change that! Your life-saving gift will ultimately offer someone more time to study, earn a living, nurture children, and follow Jesus.

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$100

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El Salvador
Living Water International has been partnering with Asociación Agua Viva in El Salvador since 1999. Since that time, we have…
938
water projects completed​
27%
live in rural areas
2%
lack access to safe water
17.5%
lack access to improved sanitation

GOAL

$25,000
Guatemala
Our work in Guatemala first began in 2001 as a partnership between Living Water International and ASOSCAVIVA to bring safe…
740
water projects completed​
48%
live in rural areas
6%
lack access to safe water
32%
lack access to improved sanitation

GOAL

$25,000
Haiti
Living Water Haiti has been operating in Haiti since 2004. From the beginning, we first began working with various partners…
1885
water projects completed​
43 %
live in rural areas
33.3 %
lack access to safe water
63 %
lack access to improved sanitation

GOAL

$25,000
Honduras
Living Water International began providing safe water, hygiene training, and opportunities to share the gospel in Honduras in 1998. In…
833
water projects completed​
42%
live in rural areas
4.3%
lack access to safe water
16.2%
lack access to improved sanitation

GOAL

$25,000
Kenya
Kenya is the birthplace of Living Water International. In 1990, a group of missionaries from Houston, Texas, visited Kenya and…
1072
water projects completed​
72%
live in rural areas
38.4%
lack access to safe water
67.3%
lack access to improved sanitation

GOAL

$25,000
Liberia
In 2004, shortly after the war ended, Living Water staff traveled to Liberia to assess the water situation. The visit…
1625
water projects completed​
48%
live in rural areas
24.7%
lack access to safe water
81.8%
lack access to improved sanitation

GOAL

$25,000
Mexico
In 2004, Living Water International began operating in Mexico as a nonprofit civil association with operations in…
616
water projects completed​
19%
live in rural areas
0.32%
lack access to safe water
7.6%
lack access to improved sanitation

GOAL

$25,000
Nicaragua
Living Water’s work in Nicaragua began in 2004, serving communities with safe water through a combination of borehole…
1394
water projects completed​
41%
live in rural areas
18.3%
lack access to safe water
27%
lack access to improved sanitation

GOAL

$25,000
Rwanda
Living Water began operations to bring safe water in Rwanda in 2007, focusing primarily on operations. In 2011, as led…
748
water projects completed​
83%
live in rural areas
39.6%
lack access to safe water
31.1%
lack access to improved sanitation

GOAL

$25,000
Sierra Leone
Living Water began operations to bring safe water in Sierra Leone in 2007, in the wake of the nation’s civil…
692
water projects completed​
57%
live in rural areas
36.2%
lack access to safe water
83.5%
lack access to improved sanitation

GOAL

$25,000
Uganda
Living Water Uganda first began its operations in 2010. Our focus was providing safe water sources to primary schools in…
1087
water projects completed​
75%
live in rural areas
44.1%
lack access to safe water
81.2%
lack access to improved sanitation

GOAL

$25,000
Zambia
Living Water International Zambia mobilizes communities, churches, and local governments toward physical and spiritual transformation through increasing…
1152
water projects completed​
55%
live in rural areas
34.6
lack access to safe water
68.1%
lack access to improved sanitation

GOAL

$25,000
Zimbabwe
Living Water International—through the support of The Crossing—has partnered with Evangelical Fellowship of Zimbabwe (EFZ) to empower churches in Epworth…
657
water projects completed​
68%
live in rural areas
37.3%
lack access to safe water
64.8%
lack access to improved sanitation

GOAL

$25,000

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GUATEMALA

Living Water currently works along the Pacific coast of Guatemala. Team members will use an LS300 or a LS400 drill rig with our in-country drillers and help our hygiene team share proper sanitation techniques and Bible stories. You’ll get to experience the rich Guatemalan culture in Antigua, including a coffee plantation tour and Cerro de la Cruz—a beautiful cross set on a hill.