Category Archives: Safe Water

Updates about well digging and other clean water projects.

Through the Years, We HAVE Made a Difference Serving God Together!

Through the Years, We HAVE Made a Difference Serving God Together!

A photo journey of some of our past outreaches, partnering together:

400… and Counting!

400… and Counting!

PPF’s Emergency Borehole Repair team in the Nuba mountains has worked tirelessly through one of the most dangerous fighting seasons in more than five years of conflict to provide safe water to thousands of Nuba families. We recently received a report from the team leader that the 400th repaired well has been passed! Many broken […]

Our New “Normal”

Our New “Normal”

On the evening of July 14th, the world learned of the terror attack in Nice, France, by an Islamic extremist. This tragic event killed 84 people and injured scores of others. In the wake of this terrible event, and so many others in recent memory, the conversation quickly turned to how people need to prepare […]

The Winning Side

The Winning Side

By Brad Phillips Recently, I received a card from a couple who have been long-time ministry partners of PPF. Their kind note was filled with encouragement and prayers for the safety and success of our team. But what encouraged me most was how their card ended: “It’s good to know we’re on the winning side.” […]

Nuba Borehole Update – Phase IV

Nuba Borehole Update – Phase IV

Well Repair Update

Well Repair Update

We are so blessed – way beyond what we even realize. For example, when we turn on the tap in our kitchens, safe water comes out. But for one of Sudan’s large Christian minorities living in the war-torn Nuba mountains, access to safe water can cost you your life. For nearly five years, the Islamist […]

A Good Kind of Tired…

A Good Kind of Tired…

By Matt Chancey I’ve recently started CrossFit Training. And let me tell you, there are few better ways to feel your age! Ouch! The first few days, I was waddling like a duck everywhere. I was so sore! But I keep going back. Why? Because at the end of each session, I feel great. I […]

Settling in for the Storm

Settling in for the Storm

The long rains have begun in Sudan’s Nuba mountains. For the next few months, the Nuba people will be cut off from almost all outside help. The few “open roads” into this embattled area are now swamps, prohibiting all but the most robust vehicles from getting through. This means that regular food, medicine and other […]

“Suffering Children” vs. Children Suffering

“Suffering Children” vs. Children Suffering

By Brad Phillips In the AprilĀ Africa Messenger, one of our directors, Matt Chancey, wrote about the importance of children not only to our ministry, but to the Church as a whole. He admitted that our work in Africa among marginalized communities had changed his perspective of where children fit into the social and religious equation. […]

Water in a War Zone

Water in a War Zone

PPF’s Well Repair Project in the Nuba Mountains In June, 2011, the jihadist government in Sudan launched a war of genocide in the Nuba mountains of Sudan, which is home to that country’s largest Christian community. The government closed the airspace and issued an order for all foreign humanitarian organizations to leave. That’s when PPF […]