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Clean Water

Providing Clean and Accessible Water in Nepal

“Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink” In many of the remote and rural areas in Nepal, people drink directly from the sources like rivers, spring, ponds etc. These open sources of water are polluted and contaminated. Many of these water sources dry up in winter. Such polluted water is the main cause for water-borne diseases like dysentery, typhoid and cholera. Every year many infants, children and adults become victims of these diseases.

Our annual goal is to provide four new water wells for four communities in Nepal. Thus helping to protect each community against water borne diseases. Local workers are employed to dig the 25 metre wells by hand and the project is overseen by our partners at International Needs Nepal and the national worker Resham.

Water is life and with your help we can provide four communities access to safe and drinkable water this year. Your gift will have an everlasting impact on thousands of lives now and for future generations.
The cost of four water wells is $17,400.

Internet Banking Direct Credit

BNZ Tauranga Branch, account number 02-0432-0234652-000. Reference: "Nepal Water"

Should you require a receipt please email our accountants department at accounts@internationalneeds.org.nz and advise your full name, address, amount and date of donation. If possible please also advise your telephone number to enable us to contact you should we have difficulty in identifying your donation.


Cheque

Post to International Needs, PO Box 1165, Tauranga, 3144 with reference: "Nepal Water"

To enable us to send you a receipt, please advise your full name and address, telephone number or email address


If you have any questions please call 0800 463337

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