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Partner with Living Waters for the World


Living Waters for the World Mission Partnerships

LWW water teams partner with international communities committed to changing lives through clean water and health education.   Whether the setting is a clinic, orphanage, school, church, or community center, the partner community must have a:


Readily available but contaminated water source



Commitment to operating a water purification system and health education program

Desire to serve their community over the long-term

LWW water teams covenant with their partner communities for a minimum three-year period over which they travel at least 4 times to visit with with their partners.  Living Waters for the World comes alongside partners working within our international networks to offer support throughout the life of their covenant.  .

Whether you choose to start a new water partnership or a sustaining water partnership, your mission project has the potential to have a life-changing impact.  

Two years ago we installed our first system in Sabana Larga, Dominican Republic. Without follow-up it was destined to fail. With much work tailored to their specific needs, the water system operating partner is currently producing and delivering 4,500 gallons per week and estimated to go to 6,000 gallons per week by year's end.  We thought we would have had three systems installed by now. Initiating Partners need to know that this is not an easy project, but it is very satisfying when it works.

– Dick Porter, First Presbyterian Church, Hartsville, SC


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