Community-wide water access is quickly becoming a reality for Ndibai!

Huge steps have been made to making safe water more readily available to the entire community. Ndibai already had safe water and a tower was constructed for a collection and distribution point, but the ground it was built on was not sound enough for the tank. The photos below are the new construction of the water tank that will supply the community with clean and safe water.

To our church partners and everyone who loves, supports, and prays for Ndibai Community, thank you! This community has come so far so quick because of the investment of love and generosity that so many of you have poured into the Ndibai community members and into their development.

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