A reliable supply of clean water

SARAWAK, Malaysia — Fifteen Malaysian villages in the outlying Simunjan Junction area of Sarawak now have a reliable supply of clean water, thanks to help from Latter-day Saint Charities, the humanitarian arm of the Church. Using supplies provided by Latter-day Saint Charities, some 100 villagers, young and old, worked together to enlarge a dam and lay a pipeline to communities in this area, all within just a few months' time.

"It is easy to take clean water for granted," said George Mak, a Church spokesman based in Hong Kong. "But when a dam or well or some other supply is brought to a village, it's an emotional thing to see."