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Water Systems for Yemen

Polluted water sources in Yemen cause huge cholera outbreaks. The deadly disease threatens many lives. Even if people know where to access clean water, many of them lack the money needed to transport it to their homes. To help provide clean water, CAM offers a water system that collects, stores, and filters rainwater. The need for these water systems is endless. A one-time sponsorship of $500 provides a rainwater system and makes a big difference for one family.
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Sponsorship

YES, I would like to provide water systems for Yemenis who lack safe drinking water. I understand that my one-time sponsorship of $500 will provide a water system to collect, store, and filter rainwater to help combat deadly diseases in Yemen.

NOTE: This sponsorship is covered with a one-time donation instead of with monthly donations.

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