Compassionate Engineers of Charleston-Based Water Missions International Respond to Philippine Disaster With Immediate and Long-Term Solutions + First-Hand Perspective on Rising from the Ashes
Charleston, S.C. (November 25, 2013)—Millions in the Philippines are homeless….thousands are dead….devastation is indescribable. Can we dare to hope for a silver lining in Typhoon Haiyan? Modern history--and the engineers of Water Missions International—say YES…today’s suffering can motivate tomorrow’s solutions.
First phase of response provides vital safe drinking water to 60,000 people
Charleston, S.C. (November 11, 2013) – Water Missions International has mobilized treatment equipment and staff members as phase one of relief efforts to provide safe drinking water to victims of Super Typhoon Haiyan. Two disaster response water treatment systems - sponsored by FedEx - and 10 potable water chlorinators will be able to provide safe drinking water for the daily needs of 60,000 people in communities surrounding Cebu, Philippines, one of the most impacted areas.
Assists partners, awaits with safe water treatment systems to provide the most critical need after a disaster to victims of the largest storm in recorded history
Water Missions International provides disaster relief, safe water for more than 20,000 people
Charleston, S.C. - As Hurricane Sandy bears down on the Eastern seaboard of the United States, it has left a wake of destruction in its path. Caribbean nations are suffering horrific damage following the Category 1 hurricane.
No one at WMI ever expected to be providing relief to people in the United States. Since 1998, we have worked solely in developing countries. But as the disaster unfolded and the magnitude of destruction became clear, we knew we had to help. The only question was, how?
Project Will Give Relief to Thousands of Hurricane Stan Survivors
Project Will Restore Water Access to Thousands of Homes