Edge Executive Director Mark Hogg says the new technology allows water to be pumped, purified and collected in a storage tank all in one motion. It’s being used in Haiti right now.
As the international community calls on more help for Haiti, one Louisville-based organization is continuing to provide potable water to earthquake victims. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer reports. Louisville-based Edge Outreach has been working to provide clean water since shortly after the January 12th earthquake. It has set up water purification systems in 24 communities and trained… Continue reading Louisville Missionary Groups Still Working in Haiti
More than $150,000 is being donated to earthquake relief in Haiti by Louisville-based Norton Healthcare. Half of the money was donated by Norton employees over the last three weeks. The other half was matched by the company. Vice-President for Missions and Outreach Ronald Oliver says the company allowed employees to donate vacation time to contribute… Continue reading Norton Healthcare to Donate $150,000 to Haiti Relief
Members of a Louisville organization are heading to Haiti to begin providing potable water to victims of Tuesday’s earthquake. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer reports. Louisville-based Edge Outreach plans to work with the Salvation Army to provide water in Haiti. Bowin Tichenor, who is based in Santo Domingo, is the organization’s regional director for the Dominican Republic… Continue reading Louisville Group to Help Haitians with Potable Water