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Sawyer PointOne water distribution in St Marc-

The Sawyer Point One Filter is the fastest, easiest and most cost efficient way to get potable water.

Sawyer PointOne filter distribution in St Marc

Following the earthquake that devestated Haiti, United Caribbean Trust has distributed over 250 Sawyer PointOne filters.

At Maranatha Ministries we distributed 17 filters to 17 different churches.

Seen here Pastor Pierre Banes Laurore the Kids' EE Haiti director

Sawyer PointOne filter distribution in St Marc

Since 1984 Sawyer has dedicated itself to finding the best solutions to outdoor protection: sun, bugs, water, and injuries.

Seen here Jenny Tryhane, founder of UCT in St Marc distributing filters to the Kids' EE pastors that were trained during the St. Marc Kids' EE summer training camp.

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Sawyer PointOne filter distribution in St Marc

 Sawyer PointOne filter distribution in St Marc The pastors and teachers were delighted with their donations, thanks to the people of Barbados who so generously gave to enable us to extend this excellent effort.

Not only do the filters offer the highest level of filtration available but are low cost, a family unit including a 8 gal bucket cost US $50 including transportaion and an institution package with a 30 gal bucket and tap is US $100.

Seen here Pastor Anous Nordeus the Founder and senior Pastor of Maranatha Ministries who documented the distribution for transparancy

Sawyer PointOne filter distribution in St Marc
Feeding program

10 main established distribution depots have been identified, these represent ministries or churches from the departments of Haiti each capable of feeding 150 children per day.

All of these churches have undergone Kids' EE or Adult EE training. Some assistance will be required to increase their capacity to handle the additional requirements of the internally displaced peoples.

Kids' EE committees were established this summer in over 11 Kids' EE Summer Camps, as Jenny Tryhane and Pastor Banes trained 500 key persons, from 300 different ministries, churches and orphanages including pastors, Sunday school teachers, principles of schools and school teachers in Kids' EE. These key persons will now take responsibility to administer this program through out their local community.

St Marc Kids' EE committee

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