Water Problems in Myanmar
A well will make it all well again
In the midst of Myanmar’s own coronavirus crisis, water has been cut off for much of Yangon, affecting Pastor Naing’s family and the orphans as well as the students and teachers of Reformation Theological Seminary staying and studying with Pastor Naing.
Water is being sold from mini-tanker trucks driving through their neighborhood, but the amount is not enough for their needs. We just learned a short time ago that Pastor Naing and those with him have been out of water for four days.
Good news is that we can have a well installed and we plan to have a crew there as soon as tomorrow. For less than $1,000 we can provide water for this need as well as offer them an opportunity to minister to many of their neighbors suffering the same hardship with no one to help them.
If you’d like to help us get this done, give now please. The need is urgent, and we want to move on this immediately.
Thank you for caring for your brothers and sisters in Myanmar!
Nathan Van Duyn
David and Susan Peterson