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Well Drilling Project
 
2013 
Tony spent more than two months away from his US family to devote an incredible amount of time drilling and teaching the locals in Bombardopolis to operate the drill. It is OIH's goal to pass on the knowledge and skill to the locals in order to continue providing clean drinking water in Haiti. It will enable the locals to have valuable skills for employment outside of Bombardopolis.

 
 
January 2016 
Jon and Randy from Washington have volunteered to continue operating the drill in collaboration with the locals. Their dedication has been a blessing to the community. As of January 2016, a total of 6 functioning wells are now available in Bombardopolis.
 
Currently, drilling has begun at  Sister Leo's property, located approximately 3 miles from the OIH's property. Sister Leo and her husband are pioneers in Bombardopolis, starting an orphanage in the midst of severe poverty and in one of the remote places of Haiti more than 50 years ago. Before OIH's missionary house was built, she opened her home to many short-term OIH missionaries for many years. We are grateful for her generosity to OIH and blessed to help in her efforts to aid the children of Bombardopolis.
 
 
 
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