Red Water Truck in Cité Soleil, Haiti- Reiser Relief - Fresh Water Delivery





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Published on Nov 25, 2009

Have you ever begged for water? What if you needed to walk over 20 minutes, with a 40lbs. five gallon bucket on your head, 2-3 times a day for your family and you were 8 years old?

Reiser Relief Inc - Fresh Water Delivery


In the poor shanty town of Cite Soleil, Haiti, women, children and men beg to have water truck stop near their shack so they can get clean water for their families.

Dirty water is one of the greatest causes of malnutrition. Bacteria and parasites in dirty water can cause severe diarrhea which flushes needed nutrients from the bodies of children causing malnutrition and even death?

Clean water can truly be the difference between life and death for many children in Cite Soleil.

It is only with your help, that free chlorinated water can be delivered to one of the poorest slums in the western hemisphere.

This red truck provides a life line to many who live in extreme poverty by making 4-5 water runs a day delivering clean, chorinated water, bucket by bucket. Each load brings 3500 gallons of water, enough for 700 families. Clean water can truly be the difference between life and death for many children in Cite Soleil.

Help support the water truck in Cité Soleil that delivers 6 loads of 3500 gallons of clean, safe, drinking water, bucket by bucket six days a week to the poor, the vulnerable and the disadvantaged.

We are in desperate need of funds to repair and maintain our truck. Whether it's tires, brakes or any other breakdown issue, water can not run if the truck does not run. And while we can see a tire or brakes getting worn, we can not anticipate when a spring will break or electical short will become an issue.

Your donation keeps this truck running and water flowing to those in need.


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