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Filter Follow-Up

Filter Follow-Up

Members of the OneWay Africa team drove to one of the small villages where the water filters are having significant impact. Water is life in the bush where women and children spend hours walking miles to find water. Most of the boreholes (wells) donated by...
Checking In on Water Filters

Checking In on Water Filters

The OneWay Africa team spent some time checking in on the water filters that they deployed a year ago. In the village they visited, their water filters were still working well.   We were encouraged to see the filters in action, providing clean water. The clay filters...
Impact Africa: Production and Distribution

Impact Africa: Production and Distribution

The Clean Water Project is such a powerful way to support the people of Africa. Not only are the water filters distributed to people in northern Ghana, they are made in Africa.  While in Tamale, the team took the opportunity to explore a new supplier of the water...
Christmas Gifts for a Closed Village

Christmas Gifts for a Closed Village

The chief and elders in one of the unevangelized Komba villages in the East Mamprusi district have a long history of rejecting any attempts for the gospel to be preached in their village. They also refused to allow the Jesus Film to be shown there and made it clear...
Unclean Water: a Health Crisis

Unclean Water: a Health Crisis

One community that we distributed water filters to that had an unusual problem. They had a borehole dug for them a few years ago, but the children’s teeth became discolored when they drank the water. Mostly, it was just children affected by the water, but the village...