Clean Water for Students in Peru
The Living Waters for the World (LWW) water team from Westminster Presbyterian Church, Nashville, Tenn., was a hopeful and excited group as we headed to the airport to fly to Peru in March. Our destination was in the high jungle area of north central Peru, a beautiful but poor area known for its orchids, waterfalls, coffee, chocolate, and rice.
The planning for this project had begun nearly five years earlier. We knew our partners in the small town of Yantaló, Perú really wanted and needed clean water. This visit was the one during which we would finally help them install a Living Waters for the World water purification system at a school