Sponsor a Project

 

Become a Monthly Partner

 

Sponsoring a whole project is a great way to provide safe drinking water for an entire family, village, or school.
It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!

  1. You donate to fund an entire project.
  2. Your gift is sent to our field partners to complete the project.
  3. In the coming months, you receive a report featuring GPS coordinates, photos, and testimonies so you know exactly how your gift was used!

Look below to see all the different options we have in many of the countries we work in.
Join us in helping to advance the Gospel through clean water worldwide by funding a whole project today!

 

Cambodia

 

Cambodia is located in South East Asia. During the civil war, it is estimated that close to 2 million Cambodians were killed by the Khmer Rouge regime during the 4 year reign of terror from 1975 to 1979. The Cambodian people are survivors, and today the people still face numerous challenges, however it is a nation that is growing and moving from its dark past into a new future. Access to water is a major concern for many Khmer families living in rural Cambodia. Particularly in the dry season, the lack of water causes sickness, extra expenditures, and a physical stress when water is not readily available. 40% of all households or 5.4 million people in Cambodia consume drinking water from a non-improved source, for example from an open well or surface water. Christianity has only been present in Cambodia since 1923, and by 1970 there were only 700 known believers. Many of these believers died as martyrs during the war. Currently, this country widely un-evangelized with less than 1-2% of Cambodians being Christians. Your partnership in Cambodia gives pastors and local believers a resource to love on people physically and spiritually.

 

Biosand filter and latrine to a family in Cambodia

(serves approx 5-7 people)

12 Month Fund

$ 25 / Month

6 Month Fund

$ 50 / Month

Fully Fund

$ 300


Cambodia Biosand Filter

(serves approx 5-7 people)

12 Month Fund

$ 12.50 / Month

6 Month Fund

$ 25 / Month

Fully Fund

$ 150


Cambodia School WASH Project

Project includes a large biosand filter, hand washing station and 4-6 block latrines.

(serves approximately 400 children)

12 Month Fund

$ 1083 / Month

6 Month Fund

$ 2166 / Month

Fully Fund

$ 13000


Well for multiple families in Cambodia

(serves approx 20-25 families)

12 Month Fund

$ 375 / Month

6 Month Fund

$ 750 / Month

Fully Fund

$ 4500


 

India

 

The world’s largest democracy and second most populous country emerged as a major power in the 1990s. However, India is still tackling huge social, economic, and environmental problems. Health is one of the most serious issues affecting development in India. Diarrhea alone causes more than 1,600 deaths each day, making it the second leading cause of death among Indian children. The World Bank estimates that 21% of communicable diseases in India are related to unsafe water.

 

Neverthirst has been working in India since 2009 and has partnered with local churches to provide access to clean water for tens of thousands of people living in rural communities. Our Water is Life project focuses on improving water supply through a high-quality hand pump that reduces collection time. The community needs to raise the future repair fund and save the money in an account before the project can commence. This demonstrates ownership. The project is implemented through our local partner working in partnership with local Pastors and Church Planters. The water projects also provide the opportunity for Pastors to demonstrate the love of God in word and deed.

 

India Biosand Filter

(serves approx 5-7 people)

12 Month Fund

$ 12.50 / Month

6 Month Fund

$ 25 / Month

Fully Fund

$ 150


Well for multiple families in India

(serves approx 18-30 families)

12 Month Fund

$ 250 / Month

6 Month Fund

$ 500 / Month

Fully Fund

$ 3000


 

Nepal

 

Nepal is ranked 145 out of 188 by the United Nations Human Development Index, and according to Water Aid, over 3 million people in Nepal have no access to clean, safe water. Neverthirst is working through the local Church to address the need for safe water in villages where people are at risk through poor quality water and are where women are walking significant distance to collect water.

 

Nepal Biosand Filter

(serves 5-7 people)

12 Month Fund

$ 12.50 / Month

6 Month Fund

$ 25 / Month

Fully Fund

$ 150


Water tap stand for multiple families in Nepal

(serves 50-80 people)

12 Month Fund

$ 308 / Month

6 Month Fund

$ 617 / Month

Fully Fund

$ 3700


 

Chad

 

Chad is one of the poorest nations on the planet and is ranked 185 out of 188 by the United Nations Human Development Index. Lack of water is the most common problem in this desert country. People drink whatever is available, usually unimproved surface water.

 

Access to safe water remains a massive challenge with over 6 million people (55% of rural population) drinking water from a poor unsafe source. This leads to the problem of poor health and increased expenditure on health and travel to rural health clinics. Chad remains vulnerable to cholera outbreaks due to untreated water and poor sanitation, and it is one of the few remaining countries in the world to report cases of guinea worm in 2015. Water treatment in the home is often inadequate to meet the needs of the family and, in particular, children.

 

Chad Biosand Filter

(serves approx 10-15)

12 Month Fund

$ 25 / Month

6 Month Fund

$ 50 / Month

Fully Fund

$ 300


Well for multiple families in Chad

(serves approx 500 people)

12 Month Fund

$ 500 / Month

6 Month Fund

$ 1000 / Month

Fully Fund

$ 6000


 

Uganda

 

Over the past ten years Uganda has been developing rapidly with a focus on education and commerce. This has made Uganda, which borders South Sudan, a haven for refugees fleeing South Sudan’s ongoing conflict. Over the past couple of years, hundreds of thousands of refugees have poured across the border, settling in refugee camps and in local communities.

 

Neverthirst is working in northern Uganda, which remains one of the most under-served areas in the country in terms of infrastructure and development. The massive influx of refugees is adding significant strain, leading to alarming health challenges, with one of the biggest needs being clean water. Without clean water, waterborne diseases pose a serious threat for refugees and the surrounding communities.

 

This part of northern Uganda is primarily Muslim. While the church has made an effort to share the gospel in this region, they have not been well-accepted, and some missionaries have even been martyred for their faith. Today, the church is slowly growing, as Christians are moving into town and Muslims are starting to come to faith. Pray for the many South Sudanese believers who are moving into the area to be a light for Christ to their Muslim neighbors.

 

According to the UN, access to clean water is one of the most crucial needs for both the refugee and local populations. In some communities, existing borehole wells that were installed by the government or other organizations are unusable and have have fallen into disrepair, due to a variety of factors including broken or worn down hardware, insufficient community management, and challenges accessing spare parts. Neverthirst has the opportunity to rehabilitate these wells, replacing broken parts with higher quality hardware, and ensuring the community has an effective maintenance and operational plan in place, that will keep the well functioning and provide spare parts when needed for many years. This project also includes water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) training to maximize the health benefits of clean water.

 

Uganda Biosand Filter

(serves approx. 10-15 people)
12 Month Fund

$ 25 / Month

6 Month Fund

$ 50 / Month

Fully Fund

$ 300


Well for multiple families in Uganda

(serves approx 500 people)
12 Month Fund

$ 916 / Month

6 Month Fund

$ 1833 / Month

Fully Fund

$ 11000


Well rehab for multiple families in Uganda

(serves approx. 500 people)
12 Month Fund

$ 500 / Month

6 Month Fund

$ 1000 / Month

Fully Fund

$ 6000


 

Myanmar

 

Myanmar, also known as Burma is the largest country in mainland Southeast Asia with a population of 53,897,000 people, and the majority of people living the delta area, known as the Ayeyarwaddy Division. Poverty in Myanmar is concentrated in rural areas, where poor people rely on agricultural and casual employment for their livelihoods. Many live near the poverty line and are sensitive to economy-wide shocks. It is estimated that 10.2 million people collect water from an un-safe source every day. People can find water, however due to agriculture run off and frequent flooding, the issue is water quality.

 

Neverthirst's local partner aims to address water quality through the Bio-Sand Filter, which uses stone, sand and a biological layer that can remove up to 99% of harmful bacteria in water poured through it and therefore contribute towards improving health. Each family attends a number of educational meetings where they learn how the filter helps to clean water and improve health and then each family contributes $5 for their own filter as a means of demonstrating ownership. We then visit each family 3 times in the next 6 months to make sure they are correctly using and getting the maximum benefit from the filter.

 

Our local partner works with and through local Churches, training them in construction and monitoring of the filter; providing an opportuntiy for the local Church to serve. Thank you for your support in improving access to safe drinking water for families in Myanmar and for empowering our local partner and Church to love and serve the community.

 

Myanmar Biosand Filter

(serves 10-15 people)

12 Month Fund

$ 12.50 / Month

6 Month Fund

$ 25 / Month

Fully Fund

$ 150