By National WMU on October 20, 2016
What is Pure Water, Pure Love?
The primary goal of this ministry is to provide missionaries with water filters that supply their families with clean water—free from disease-causing microorganisms. An extension of this ministry seeks to provide clean water for the people the missionaries serve as well. PWPL works with churches, Christian organizations, and missionaries to provide clean drinking water through well drilling or water purification systems.
How much do filters and well projects cost?
The cost of water filters ranges from a $50 personal water bottle to a $250 home unit. The initial cost is usually $400–$500 for a missionary family. This provides the family with a home unit, travel-sized filters, and replacements filters.
The cost of well projects is determined by the location and its needs. Well projects in the past have cost anywhere from $2,000 to $15,000.
What kinds of filters are given to the missionaries?