CUCUTA, COLOMBIA – Thousands of Venezuelan refugees are traveling the path through Cucuta, Colombia, into neighboring South American cities and countries. One of the main stopping points along the way is a river bank where these emigrants can rest and rehydrate. However, the river water is highly contaminated. But because of you, Operation Blessing was able to set up a water filtration system for these families to receive clean water. To learn how you can bless families in crisis with clean water and more, visit ob.org/crisis.
Clean Water Along the Refugee Path
Field Report by Operation Blessing