We see Mama Miriam.
We want you to see change.
Miriam is a Pygmy woman and former slave living in the Bahaha village of the Ituri rainforest in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Three years ago she was devastated by “river blindness,” permanent blindness caused by a waterborne disease she contracted while retrieving parasite-borne water from the river near her village. This is her story.
Because of people like Mama Miriam, Water4 is more committed than ever to accomplishing a permanent solution for sustainable change. We truly believe that change is coming, and your investment this season will bring it closer than ever.
Will you help us bring a clean cup of water to more people like Mama Miriam?
Let's see an end to this crisis.
Consider your gift today.
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Oklahoma City, OK 73101
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