About Campaign

ends 22 Jun 2018, 11:59 PM
Millions throughout the world lack access to clean water and sanitation. In rural villages in Cambodia, there is no piped water and many villagers rely on wells to provide clean water. Wells are considered an essential necessity to these rural villagers.

The poorest of the poor lives on $25 per month, taking them decades to save up for a well. Without a well, they have to walk a long distance to retrieve water from the nearest water source and carry heavy buckets back home. Villagers use this water for drinking, washing, bathing and sometimes for livelihood purposes.

Operation Hope Foundation helps these families by building a hand-pump well to improve their standard of living and productivity. It brings various benefits to different families. A blind beneficiary shared that the well has provided much convenience as compared to his routine water retrieval which had him walk 500 metres to and fro his house. Another beneficiary started to grow crops as the access to clean water allowed her family to sustain this food source.

You can help to enhance the living standards of poor families in Cambodia through providing clean water! For every $900, a hand-pump well will be built for a family in need. Donors will receive a photograph (e-copy) of the beneficiary and donated well for each fully sponsored and built well.

About the Charity

Operation Hope Foundation is a Christian charity established in 2001 in Singapore.

We focus on achieving high benefit-to-cost ratio for both our donors and beneficiaries. Hence, we have a very hands-on approach to projects which we own and run.

Your donation will go toward supporting the operations of OHF.

Please visit our website www.ohf.org.sg for details on OHF's projects, programmes and beneficiaries.

If insufficient donations are received for a particular project, OHF will channel any additional funds to other areas where the need is greatest. Please visit our website for more information.


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