Partners in Promoting
WAPIs to the World
WAPIs for the World
s a volunteer ministry, we are very pleased to have so many partners that give their precious time spreading the word about WAPIs. Some teach their neighbors, some teach at Universities how WAPIs are safe, inexpensive, durable and easy to use. Some spread the word through the missions in small villages and some take WAPIs to downtrodden areas across the world giving people hope, better health and higher spirits through drinking safe water. This is a short list of Partners.
Recently, Jonathan Opoku Oti from Ghana, asked for 100 WAPIs for disbursement. Bob Tait found out that the postage came to $375 plus $100 in tariff, two weeks travel time, and the package was detained by the custom services at the Ghanaian border. This is why we ask our friends to personally deliver WAPIs when they travel abroad. Will you help? Any inquiries call Bob Tait. 503-810-9643
The Mexican non-profit
Un Kilo De Ayuda (A Kilo of Help ministry) received 1000 plus 350 WAPIs for distribution to villagers. One WAPI is given to each family for continual use. First and foremost, this ministry program educates villagers how to use the WAPI before they hand them out. Also, the women sign a contract stating they will utilize the WAPI every day to purify their drinking water and milk in order for their families to strengthen their immune system and become healthier. (We can create a special WAPI for goat or cow milk pasteurization.)
Promoting WAPIs to the World
Jonathan Opoku Oti
– Pan African University Institute of Water and Energy Scientists (including climate change) PAUWES.
Water and sanitation engineering, University of Capecoast, Cape Coast.
Marti & Rex Smith --
WAPIs and other World Missions.
Forest Inventories, Expert Botanist, GIS and Remote Sensing
Dean of Copper-belt, Kitwey, Zambia