AB6, Dominican Republic

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AB6 is a small sugar cane village in Central Dominican Republic. The villagers have no access to clean drinking water. They are “permitted” by the owners of the sugar cane fields to collect water from a nearby watering trough used by cattle that is contaminated with cow feces and other bacteria. The only way to get potable water is to buy it, but most of the poor villages don’t have the money to do so.

COVID has sure limited our communication! Anyway, attached is a picture and a video of the well you put in batey AB6.  Each of the people speaking is showing their gratitude for the well. It continues to function well and is a great blessing to the people there.  

As an example, the woman in the yellow shirt said: “We are very grateful for this gift to our village (AB6) – before, we had not clean water and now, this is a great blessing.  Thanks to God!”