In a refugee camp called Bidibidi, located in northern Uganda, there is a huge need for chlorine producing units (CPUs). One of the SWIM team members there reported that he has been approached by many people, asking for CPUs. His answer was telling them to pray for more to be provided.

This is Pastor Yunda Andrew from the biggest refugee camp in Africa. He said people are dying from typhoid and diarrhea. No medical care and lack of clean water are huge problems. He wants to help these people – CPUs are desperately needed here. There are SWIM team members who can deliver and share them as soon as they are provided.

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