Thank God, we had Thailand already in our itenerary. Dreadful flooding is taking place in Northern Thailand - AIR MOBILE is right on time!
Air Mobile (AMM) is gearing up for an emergency trip to India and Thailand. We are planning to deploy and train local relief agencies on the use of up to 50 Vortex Voyagers TM, which will be utilized in behalf of the victims of the record breaking monsoons. When we first put this trip together, we included a quick run into Bangkok to deploy 3 Vortex Voyagers TM. This was planned primarily as follow up to tsunami work carried out earlier in the year by Barbara Walker and my daughter, Cherie. Little did we know that within the last 24 hours, Thailand has received record rainfall (Breaking 100 year record!) We need immediate donations to make this mission happen.
Air Mobile is preparing a tiger team for immediate deployment to India to help with possible epidemic due to water borne disease. Click here for current news stories:
Last week there was 37.2 inches of rainfall in a single day in Mumbai, India. That is more than any single day ever in India’s recorded history. So far over 1200 people have died and an additional 20 million are in imminent danger of disease due to destroyed water lines and contaminated wells. There are daily reports of continuing danger in the more than 7000 communities that have been flooded. Additionally, there has been flooding in the warehouses where the drugs that prevent/treat diseases are housed. The Red Cross is seeking help from the international community. Meanwhile in Thailand, the disaster is still unfolding. With your help, Air Mobile Ministries is going!
AMM is planning to depart Orlando for Mumbai, India on August 22, 2005 with as many as 50 Vortex Voyager TM Water Purifiers. This machine is a 20 pound portable water purifier that saves lives. The Vortex Voyager TM can produce up to 30 gallons/115 liters an hour and sets up in under a minute. For more information on the Vortex Voyager TM please visit our site at
We will be posting regular updates on this site as we prepare for this mission, as well as writing regular updates while we are traveling. Please continue to pray and check up on our progress. God Bless!
1. A boy jumps from the top of a flood-submerged temple in the River Ganges in Varanasi, India, Friday, Aug. 5, 2005. Further south, flooding and landslides that started after Western India was hammered by monsoon rains last week have killed 1,039 people, a senior Indian official said Friday. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)
AP - Aug 05 7:17 AM
1. Residents sit on a tire tube and wade through flooded water, in Beltola area in Gauhati, India, Saturday, Aug. 6, 2005. Flooding and landslides that started after Western India was hammered by monsoon rains last week have killed 1,039 people, a senior Indian official said Friday. (AP Photo/ Anupam Nath)
AP - Aug 06 4:42 AM
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