In 1989, District 6270 paid for drilling over 30 wells in Haiti. The wells served the people for many years. However, time, and lack of maintenance have taken their toll and most of them no longer work. Now they must get their water from the river – where the cholera resides. The wells must be restored! 

We cannot decline this challenge, and we need a little help. Most of the wells can be restored. At a cost of less than $5 per person, about 10,000 people can have good water. Once working, the people will pay a monthly fee for using the well, which will then be sustainable. Pease contact me. I want to present an inspiring program and an International Water Opportunity for your club. 

Dave Wolbrink, Hartford Rotary, D-6270 Water Coordinator 414-405-4343