Clean Water Arrives at Chinese Village
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It was reported in the Straits Times Special Report on 06 July 2013 that a Singapore Non-Government Organisation (NGO) called Lien Aid has helped in building tanks and water distribution system in China in collaboration with the China Association of Poverty Alleviation and Development (Capad). This is interesting and any effort to help the less fortunate should be commended.
The report further stated that "the two organisations hope to improve water and sanitation conditions in 100 villages in China by 2015." 
An internet search came up with a Lien Aid Corporate video which proved to be excellent.  It is well worth viewing and I recommend you click the link to see their valiant effort to help other human who are in need.
It would be better if they could include in their corporate video some information on how ordinary people who have time to spare (say three to six months) could help them in their commendable projects. Well, perhaps they do not need our help.  Who are we to think they need our help?
May the Sehalif be.