REDO Water Systems supports Orphans
Clean drinking water for children’s villages in Middle America and the Caribbean: REDO Water Systems supports the Children’s Foundation “Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos (NPH) – Our young brothers and sisters” with drinking water treatment units.
The REDO® units are presently being applied in three NPH children’s villages in Mexico and Guatemala, a fourth unit will be installed in the Dominican Republic. The collaboration began with a unit which REDO® Water Systems donated to the children’s village in Miacatlán. The other units were delivered with special terms by REDO® Water Systems to NPH.
NPH was founded in 1954 in Mexico and since then provides aid to orphans and abandoned children in Mexico, Latin America and the Caribbean. The mission of the agency is to provide these children with shelter, food, clothing, medical care and education. The children are to be raised in a christian oriented, family environment, where value is placed on unconditional acceptance and love, sharing, collaboration and responsibility.
The first children’s village, where today the REDO® unit is providing clean drinking water, was built in 1970 in Miacatlán on a former sugar cane plantation. Presently NPH is caring for about 3.000 children, since its founding, it has been well over 15.000 children.