When Americans need hand sanitizer, we go to a drugstore or Costco. That is not an option for most people in the world.
Now, there is new technology that takes table salt and electricity from a car or motorcycle battery that produces “food grade” chlorine. That means it is totally safe for sanitizing or even for purifying drinking water. Ekklesia has shipped the first 14 set-ups to Kenya, Bolivia and Uganda. Two of the machines will be taken from Nairobi to Juba, South Sudan. The chlorine is mixed to make hand sanitizer that can be used or sold, and the drops can be used to purify water. This is desperately needed! We are so very thankful for all of the coordination and fundraising efforts by our director of field operations, Rev. Rob Cornelison who made this happen!