Sickness and Death Thwarted Again by Safe Drinking Water

According to the World Health Organization, about 80 percent of all illnesses in the developing world are caused by the lack of potable water and adequate sanitation; lack of safe water is also identified among the chief causes of sickness and death in children.

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World Water Day 2011 — How Can Clean Water Make a Difference?

A person can live four weeks without food, but only three days, depending on the circumstances without water. Lack of water can cause short-term memory loss, fatigue, and trouble learning. Your body will not function without water.

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Inside a Healing Waters International Project

Since the Healing Waters International water project opened at the Comunidad Cristiana El Santuario Iglesia de Dios Pentecostal Church in 2006, church members have had more opportunities to decide on matters that can benefit the ministry and the community […]

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Diarrhea Stinks!

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Healing Waters Ministry Model in Action

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World Water Day 2009 is March 22

Today’s post is written by Dan Brown, Chief Marketing Officer for Healing Waters International. World Water Day, March 22, was initiated by the United Nations in 1992 to help focus attention on the 1.1 billion people in the world who still lack safe […]

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What is Healing Waters International?

The problem of contaminated drinking water is a serious one. 3.4 million people, mostly children, die from water-related diseases each year — that’s the equivalent of thirty-eight 777s crashing every day and killing everyone on board. — […]

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