Rural Indian women spend an average of four hours daily by walk and carrying the drinking water from ponds and lakes. This is the same water used for bathing, laundry and watering cattle.
When the people drink unclean water immediately, they get dieses and sick with cholera, diarrhea, typhoid, roundworm, hepatitis, dysentery and are dying. In India, most life-threatening disease stems from impure drinking water which is collected from ponds and lakes.
One well will provide a daily supply of clean-running water to an average of 500 people. ZFM believes that the expression of Jesus has to be in both word and deed. We present the gospel in word and through acts of kindness.