Mission 4 Water volunteer gives young thief the chance of a better life.

The Mission 4 Water team drilled a well recently in the small town of Rwentobo, south west Uganda. The local Policeman warned the team that a young boy spotted hanging around the site was a thief.

Director Sunday soon befriended the young boy and discovered his name was Lawrence, and he was an orphan. His Mum had died and his Father had run away. He was being cared for by his aged Grandma. He was forced to wander the streets, looking for food because he was hungry. He watched on enviously as other children went to school.

Sunday and Grandma

Sunday listened to Grandma’s sad story of desperation.

The next day Sue and Sunday visited the Grandma in the village. They found the old lady digging in her “garden” (vegetable patch) and checked out Lawrence’s story. It was true. She couldn’t manage. She was struggling to feed him and certainly couldn’t pay school fees. She was overwhelmed when Sue said that she would arrange for Lawrence to go to school. She appealed on Facebook for a sponsor who would be prepared to pay for his education, and praise God a previous Mission 4 Water volunteer in the US, who himself had boys of a similar age, agreed to sponsor young Lawrence, giving him the chance of a better life. Education is the real way out of poverty.

Sue with Lawrence

Sue with Lawrence, labelled a thief by the Police.

Sue took Lawrence shopping in the market for a mattress, bed sheets, school shoes, uniform, some casual clothes, soap, school, toilet paper, shoe polish, exercise books and pens. The market traders clapped as smart Lawrence proudly walked past.

Lawrence reports for school

Lawrence reports for school.

The next day a very smart Lawrence reported for school at World Shine Primary School. This is God’s love in action. God bless Lawrence and the sponsor.

The new well was launched in Rwentobo, watched by the local Police.

The new well was launched in Rwentobo, watched by the local Police.

The well drilling was also a success and at the end of the work an opening ceremony was held with local officials and community members attending, but our memories of this particular well will always be associated with the boy that we were able to help towards a better life.

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Want to find out about volunteering to dig water wells in Uganda?

An Orientation Day will held in England on Saturday 16th May when volunteers will get chance to meet up and find out all they need to know.

The cost of the trip is £ 1,650 which covers return flights, visa, all in country travel, accommodation and meals. In addition the team of volunteers will be required to raise funds to cover the cost of drilling, a minimum of £2,000.

How can you get involved?

Please email Mission4water@gmail.com in the first instance to request an application form.

Three new wells

New UK Charity Registration

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We praise God as Mission 4 Water moved up a league recently, achieving UK Charity Registration. A copy of the Charity Commission’s certificate can now be viewed on this website with all the details. Click or tap on this link to see it This follows almost a year’s hard work by the trustees. We extend a very big thank you to all concerned, most especially to Accountant and Trustee Alan Field from Sue’s home church, St Mary’s in Ferndown, Dorset.

We hope that this registration will open up all sorts of new opportunities for fund raising, access to trust funds and corporate sponsorship etc, which will result in more clean and safe water in Uganda!

Registration with HMRC for the Gift Aid scheme is already underway, as is a JustGiving registration. So watch this space!

Volunteering opportunity in June 2015

Volunteer now for June 2015

A great team effort.

College volunteers and the drill team pose after the new well is finished.

If you would like to get directly involved in digging a water well, Mission 4 Water and Mission Direct are giving volunteers the opportunity drill a well for a local community. Currently this community is forced to collect dirty and contaminated water. This is the water that they then have to use for all their drinking, cooking and washing. If you would like to know details about how to get involved and the arrangements click or tap on this link. Read More >>>

A Christmas update from Mission4Water

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What a year 2014 has been!

The school children

The school children come to the opening ceremony.

This has also been an amazing year for Mission 4 Water. They have completed another 16 wells, bringing the total to 61 to date, providing clean and safe water for more than 16,000 people, many of whom are school children. Sue, Sunday and the team have travelled extensively, deep into the villages where conditions have sometimes been very challenging, but the reward of seeing the joy on peoples’ faces as they pump clean water for the first time is so exciting!

Coming up in 2015

A great team effort.

College volunteers and the drill team pose after the new well is finished.

Mission 4 Water are partnering with Mission Direct to give volunteers the opportunity to come to Rukungiri in south west Uganda to drill a well for a local community which is currently forced to collect dirty and contaminated water for drinking, cooking and washing. No previous experience is necessary as full training will be given on site by Mission 4 Water Engineer Sunday. Read More >>>

Merry Christmas from the Mission4Water team

Wishing everyone a very special Christmas; one filled with the sure knowledge that no matter where we are in the world, we are all children of the same heavenly Father. May your Christmas be joyful, peaceful, and blessed!