Two groups of Eagle Scouts recently joined Hood View member Bob Tait at Friends of the Carpenterin Vancouver and made WAPIs for the people of mountain villages in Honduras.
“These people in Honduras,” says Bob, “are living where they have water, but all of the water is contaminated. Now that the people have WAPIs, they are able to boil their water just enough to assure it’s clean. Every day the WAPIs are saving lives.”
Eagle Scouts from Washington State Troop 320 heard about the need and asked if they could help build the WAPIs as part of their community outreach activities.
“They built more WAPIs – and better WAPIs – than any group I’ve ever worked with,” praises Bob. “One team built 560 during their work session. The next group built another 350. That means nearly a thousand new WAPI’s for the people of Honduras!”
Would you like to build a WAPI? Contact Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org and he’ll help turn your team into a group of “Life Savers for God.”
To learn more about WAPIs, what they are, how to make them and how to use one to save the lives of your family, visit https://www.wapisfortheworld.com