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H20 for Life Kenya

Montana on a Mission’s most recent clean water projects in rural Kenya, where there is an extended drought, were a huge success! 12,000 people now have access to clean drinking water for life, and 3 schools have clean water on site.

Why We Do It

We do what we do because God has blessed us! We want to be His hands and feet in this world. Our hearts break when people don’t have food, clothing or shelter.

We are not a relief organization, or at least not in the typical sense. Most of our work is done in communities where we have established relationships and we always go as learners and not just doers. We work with people in partnerships where we come alongside those in need and allow them to come alongside of us.

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Glass beads in the red dust

The Maasai are well known for their skill at hand beading. Montana on a Mission brings back these hand-made pieces and sales from them go 100% to the water projects in these women's communities.

The Maasai are well known for their skill at hand beading. Montana on a Mission brings back these hand-made pieces and sales from them go 100% to the water projects in these women’s communities.

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Women’s work is never done

Young girl start to help with the chore of collecting firewood as soon as they are strong enough to carry a bundle.

After the water has been fetched and the yellow jerry cans sit full of water in the shade of the house, Noomali prepares to walk again. This time she grabs her length of rope and sword and walks toward the bush in search of firewood. Gathering and hauling firewood is another essential job of the Maasai woman. The Maasai cook over an open fire fueled with wood and brush from the surrounding area.