Community Engagement Brings Clean Water
Nadia Castro Feb 28, 2020 12:00:00 PM

Beautiful red flowers and green trees line the path leading to the home of Mrs. Xiomara Zelaya. An attractive flower garden adorns her home. It wasn’t always like this. Having a garden wasn't possible a year ago.

“It...

Producing Hope
Esther Chidodolo Feb 28, 2020 12:00:00 PM

A beautiful village carpets the foot hills of Mt. Mbulu in Northern Tanzania. Water streams flow down the mountain into this attractive village. Magugu village is quiet and the streets are empty except for a few...

Clean Water At A Minutes Walk
Tamiru Chewaka Feb 21, 2020 12:00:00 PM

‘‘A big scar on my knee carries my old memories,’’ says Ayal Melaku. She remembers the day it happened. While walking back home carrying a clay pot of dirty water that was 20 liters (44 pounds), Ayal fell and injured...

Clean Water Eases Cassava Production
Paul Nkhata Feb 21, 2020 12:00:00 PM

Ales remembers collecting cassava from the stagnant pools of muddy water. For Ales Nyasulu, who lives in the Chikwina-Mpamba Area Program in Malawi, cassava is a primary source of food for her family. “We depend on...

Transforming a Village—One Latrine at a Time
Mary Atuheire Feb 14, 2020 12:00:00 PM
Grandson Brian at the new tippy-tap

When Florence got married in the 1980’s, her new home didn’t have a latrine. Though she had come from a home with one, she never asked her husband about it. For over 30...

A Safe Haven for Children in Conflict
Samuel Gamusa Feb 14, 2020 12:00:00 PM
Inspector Juliet works to solve cases against children in the Child Protection Unit of the Kapenguria Police Station

Inspector Juliet Tuwei, 34, recalls an incident that happened six months ago. What she...

A Walk For Clean Water Transforms Life
Mesrach Ayele, World Vision Ethiopia Feb 7, 2020 12:00:00 PM
Alemnesh (L) and Yeshiwas enjoy time they have at the well site

“Praise God, for now I have time for myself. Fetching water is no more a burden, rather, a time break I get from the house chores and have a...

The Driving Force of Knowledge
Nadia Castro Feb 7, 2020 12:00:00 PM
Secundina’s hillside plot

Early morning, with a soft breeze blowing up the hillside, we catch Secundina Aquino working the soil with a hoe on the plot of land that she is currently cultivating with her...

Zero Tolerance for FGM
World Vision Staff Feb 5, 2020 2:09:21 PM

Vivian's Story

Vivian’s story is rooted in poverty. She says, “My dad married four wives… I had so many problems.” She and her siblings had to do odd jobs like selling firewood just to find money for food, and, even...

Chief On A Mission To Restore Broken Relationships
Samuel Gamusa Jan 31, 2020 12:00:00 PM
Chief Julia shares her Celebrating Families methodology

The tranquility of Chief Julia Mwihaki Kamau’s office was quite noticeable. Her office looked like a counselling room, unlike that of a typical chief’s...