Well Drilling


Trail Missions Preschool


When’s the last time you had to question the water you were drinking?

When’s the last time you found something in your water?
Or how bout when’s the last time you had to scoop your water from six feet under ground only to risk stomach inflation and disease?

It’s pretty morbid, but it’s the reality of so many lives in Africa, especially Zambia.

With so many villages in the bush and being so far away from any kind of developed city, the access to clean water rarely exists. For this country, the water table is 6 feet and what most have to do is just dig a hole far enough until they reach it and hope to live off of it. In fact, many share their watering hole with the animals they own as well.

The fact of the matter is this. These people desire clean water, and not out of selfishness, but out of desperateness. They need someone who can help them get access, and that’s where we come in.

Trail missions has many objectives and goals within its organization, and one of them is well drilling. Our goal for this year, is to drill up to 20 wells that will provide clean water to over 6,000 people, and they need your help. Each well costs about $4,000 to drill. We have the supplies, we have the machinery, we have the ability, all we need is the access, and you hold the key.

When a child tastes clean water for the first time, do you know what they say? It tastes sweet.

These children are calling for your help, will you answer?


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