Water filter provides safe water for families
These concrete filters use layers of sand and gravel to remove harmful microorganisms and pollutants from water gathered in streams, lakes, or ponds. Users take the murky liquid and transform it into clean drinking water.
Ugandan widow an “early adopter” of BioSand Water Filter technology
When Samaritan’s Purse arrived in her village in Uganda, offering concrete boxes filled with sand and gravel that could end everyone’s periodic bouts of painful and energy-draining diarrhea, Florence Akullo quickly welcomed the BioSand Water...
Mother’s death highlights life-saving value of Samaritan’s Purse Water Projects
Filters turn dirty water into safe, drinkable water in minutes.
Ethiopian community enjoys much-improved health after water filters arrive
Canadian donations fund Samaritan Filter for impoverished school, BioSand filters for households
Clean water project saves lives in Niger
A Samaritan's Purse project is providing clean water for communities and new opportunities for women in this West African nation.