In 2002, retired teachers Barry Hart and Heather Alloway heard a presentation about the desperate need for clean water around the world. Within a year they found themselves in a poor village in Guatemala with a team of like-minded people, drilling a well. Their passion grew from that experience and they founded LWI Canada which is now known as Water Ambassadors Canada (WAC).
Since then, hundreds of teams from across Canada have taken part in short-term water mission trips to Central America, the Caribbean, Uganda, DR Congo, and Colombia, bringing simple clean water solutions to remote communities that desperately need it. Water Ambassadors Canada is a faith based, non profit, registered Canadian charity that takes Canadian teams to drill and repair wells, set up water purification systems, distribute water filters, and teach health and hygiene.
Come out and meet Kinson Leung, Executive Director of Water Ambassadors Canada and learn more about what this incredible organization does to enhance the lives of those desperate for clean drinking water across the globe.