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water scarcity makes life in rural Kenya a struggle for the families there. Montana on a Mission partners with the community to bring clean water and opportunities.
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The ‘secret’ to success

There’s always work to do. Maintenance and supervision of projects by Montana on a Mission local employees is what keeps the clean water flowing to the tens of thousands of people who depend on them for water daily. Did you know that up to 80% of the wells drilled in Africa are defunct for want of basic maintenance. We are committed to keeping 100% of Montana on a Mission boreholes flowing for generations to come!

Due to Covid-19 restrictions many Maasai are unable to buy food . Montana on a Mission is responding to the hunger crisis by providing monthly food packages to vulnerable families.
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Coronavirus Emergency Food Relief

Due to coronavirus, we are putting together 30-day food relief packages and soap to help families in crisis. You can feed a family for a month for $30!

water scarcity makes life in rural Kenya a struggle for the families there. Montana on a Mission partners with the community to bring clean water and opportunities.
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Motorcycles on the road

Thank you to all who donated towards buying motorbikes for Montana on a Mission guard/ plumber, Francis (on the right) and Pastor Samson (left). They now have their bikes and proper safety equipment 😊 and are off to serve communities in need!