WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Ursuline Sister Larraine Lauter has a vision of virtually eliminating the threat of cholera across Haiti.
She's counting on young mothers and a simple high-tech water filtering system manufactured by a Florida company. It costs $60 to ship, install and train users how to operate the system to achieve what some might consider impossible.
Sister Lauter's 10-year-old organization, Water With Blessings, based near Louisville, Kentucky, has distributed filters and prepped thousands of women in maintaining the system in the impoverished nation since April 2017.
Read the full American Magazine article by Dennis Sadowski here.
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