Laihena lives in a village situated beside a muddy river, and she used to drink straight from its banks, in the same area where the animals bathed. Like many others in her village, Laihena would often get sick from the filthy water. Then our staff came to her community and trained families to construct household water filters using simple materials like rock and sand. These filters require no electricity or chemicals and make dirty water safe to drink. Samaritan’s Purse installs similar filters in communities worldwide, helping to prevent deadly disease. For £70, we can provide a family with a household filter, and share Jesus’ invitation: “If anyone thirsts, let him come to Me and drink” (John 7:37).