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The water project team digs wells to provide healthy water and give hope 

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“We shall not defeat any of the infectious diseases that plague the developing world until we have won the battle for safe drinking water, sanitation, and basic health care.” - Kofi Annan (Former secretary general of the United Nations)


What We Did 


In Malaysia, many do not have access to safe, clean water.

The current situation is more dire than before. Because of the COVID epidemic, many died in the villages, and the Water Project was largely pushed to the side, and the construction of wells was paused alongside it. It is of greatest urgency to raise funds and erect wells.


Park Chul-hyun started the Water Project nine years ago to build wells for the residents.

With the government not providing the much-needed support for the rural communities, missionary Park Chul-hyun started the Water Project nine years ago to build wells for the residents. In 2006, BostonMS, the nonprofit arm of MS Education, started sponsoring Park and marked the beginning of a hopeful collaboration for Malaysia’s water availability.


With the wells created, residents have been able to have safe access to clean drinking water, and as a result improve their quality of life.


Access to clean water is a catalyst for multifaceted improvements, fostering enhanced health, agricultural prosperity, and overall community development.

Clean water not only prevents infections and diseases, fostering improved health, but also fuels agricultural productivity and enhances the quality of life. Women and children, also benefits from easy access to clean water, experiencing a transformative impact on their lives, with saved time translating into increased opportunities for education and other productive activities

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