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Fetching water

A grandmother and her small granddaughter walk a long distance to fetch drinking water from a dirty pool. make a contribution at montanaonamission.org/donate to partner with us in developing clean water sources in their community.  

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Parched

During our most recent trip to Kenya one of the primary goals was to travel outside the area served by our last water development project and determine the needs of the surrounding communities.  One Sunday afternoon we visited a spring called Ripoi where many women fetch water to provide for their families. Over 400 people […]

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Beauty at Ilnturisho

Met these beautiful faces and many others at Ilnturisho. They welcomed us in to the manyatta to sit in the shade with them and ‘chat’.  Such a gift…

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    Montana on a Mission’s first clean water project was in the Philippines in 2004. It was a huge success, bringing clean water right to the villagers’ homes. Our most recent project is among the Maasai people of Kenya. Several springs in one community have been developed providing over 38 thousand liters of clean water […]

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School Lunch for Everyone!

  Thanks to all the generous supporters of the Montana on a Mission school lunch program we are able to provide lunch for all of the students in the school until school ends in March! Most of their families have been stretched especially thin recovering from the devastating flood that affected the community at the start of […]