Dirty, muddy puddles, South Sudan

Much of the developing world is forced to make an excruciating choice every day: drink filthy, bacteria laden water and take the chance of getting sick or even facing death, or go without water completely. Most people take the chance and bring the dirty water home to their children and families. People gather around this ‘well’ in Aweil, South Sudan and wait for hours for the tiny trickle of water to form a puddle large enough to fill just one jug. Because of donations for clean water, Kids for the Kingdom has already provided two water wells in South Sudan, and has 10 more locations targeted. Please pray with us for funding to turn this water hole (and many others like it) into a clean, fresh, safe source of water for the 500 people in the surrounding area that will be viable for years to come.