Taali, Pakistan

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Taali is a rural village in Sindh Province, Pakistan. The people are the Marwari tribe and the village is constructed of mud and sticks with no electricity. There is no sewage system, no out houses, people go into the bushes as their bathroom. There is no school or medical clinic in the village. The people are very poor and working as farmers/ generational slaves. 

Providing a well has met the very urgent need for clean water! Now, they have clean water to drink… something they have never had before. Water for cooking, bathing, and other house hold uses. Water for their livestock and growing gardens around their homes. They will save money for medicine and their health will improve greatly. Tribal groups like the Marwari are rejected from the community. No one cares for them or loves them. Drilling this deep water well will hopefully open the door wider for the gospel while providing better heath to children and families. Also, it will protect women from attacks on them when they go to bring water from landlord’s home. Thank you so much! God bless you!