The Presbyterian News Service recently ran an article about a Presbyterian group that will be traveling to Laos to install a water filtration system through Living Waters for the World, which is a ministry of the Synod of the Living Waters.
Mrs. Tout Tou Bounthapanya, who is a part of the group who will travel to Laos, has personal experience with a lack of clean water. As a child in Laos she was sent to a reeducation camp where there was no clean water to drink. Mrs. Bounthapanya feels that it is her calling to help others avoid water-borne illnesses. Learn more about her story and the Living Waters for the World program through the Presbyterian News Service article.
Living Waters for the World trains groups to teach others how to install and operate clean water systems. These groups then bring clean water to communities around the world. Find out how you can get involved.