Fountains Of Hope International, Inc.
Rating: 4.95 stars 39 reviews
Location: 10409 Holaday Drive Carmel IN 46032 USA
Results: Fountains of Hope has installed over 50 water purifier systems in Haiti helping those most affected by the Jan. 2010 earthquake and cholera outbreaks. We installed 15 purifier systems in Kenya helping during the post-election violence, in HIV/AIDs orphanges and the IDP camps near the Somalian border. Two wells were installed in Haiti and five wells installed in Zimbabwe. We hosted our first health and hygiene conference this summer and will be training people in future events.
Target demographics: Our targeted demographics are helping widows and orphans and those afflicted by disasters around the world. We are primarily working in Haiti to help eliminate the cholera outbreaks that are still heavily impacting the country (in spite of it not being on the US news!)
Direct beneficiaries per year: We have had over 20 water purifier systems installed in Haiti this year and 5 systems installed in Kenya. Other organizations use our system and are installing them in other countries.
Geographic areas served: Haiti, Africa, India, South America, Central America, Asia.
Programs: FoH is committed to the installation, integration and teaching of safe water solutions for the poorest and most marginalized via water purification, well drilling and health and hygiene education.
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FOH goes above and beyond to "answer the call" for those in need of clean water. Bill Farrar takes a due diligence approach to insuring that each water project meets the guidelines for success. For FOH this organization is not just about the installation of purifiers, but more a ministry that is a reflection of the love first shown to us through Christ. To the team that make up the FOH organization, hats off for a job well done and much success in the years ahead.
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