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.

“Water is life!” We hear it said in every community we visit in Kenya, we learned it in biology class and we feel it personally on a hot afternoon. No one feels it more than the 783 million people in the world that have NO ACCESS to clean water and 2.1 BILLION who don’t have water in their homes. Women and children walk an average of 6 km (3.7 miles) each day and spend multiple hours walking for water, carrying jerry cans weighing more than 40 pounds when filled.

Montana on a Mission is committed to making a difference, in Jesus’ name.

Over the past five years we have been able to develop 12 clean water projects serving more than 15,000 people with clean water for the first time. 100% of the projects are still operational and thriving! Allowing schools to grow, families to remain healthy and women the time to work on other industries. Bringing water in Jesus’ name allows people to see His love for them and see His glory!

Follow us this World Water Week as we share some of the projects and communities we have been working with since 2014.

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