A Christian nonprofit in South Carolina is providing clean water to victims of Nepal’s earthquake.

The 7.8-magnitude quake knocked out critical infrastructure, including much of Nepal’s supply of drinking water.

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Now, Water Missions International, a South Carolina-based nonprofit, is gearing up to provide the simple life-saving commodity.

Project engineer Tim Darms will travel to Nepal with 30 purification systems, which are capable of providing clean drinking water for a quarter-million people.

Water Missions International staff are always the first to drink from a new purification system to prove that it's safe.

Learn more about the group here.