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.


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...

New $40 Million Investment for World Vision's Water Program!
World Vision Staff Feb 14, 2020 3:15:38 PM

On February 12, 2020, Dave and Dana Dornsife announced a $40 million investment in World Vision’s water, sanitation and hygiene program in 24 African countries. This brings their total investment in World Vision to...

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 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 Well of Hope
Mutinta Chiseko Jan 24, 2020 12:00:00 PM
Cheelo & her daughter at the new well

For the Mweene family of Hamoombe village in southern Zambia, April 18, 2016 will always remain one of the most painful days - a day with memories of deep sorrow. It was...

Transforming Lives in Rukore
World Vision Staff Jan 17, 2020 12:00:00 PM
The topography of the former, unsafe water source

The Rukore region has seven villages, with three of the villages drawing water from one shared point. Before World Vision, the three villages did not have...

Free to Blossom
Justus Koech, World Vision Kenya Jan 10, 2020 12:00:00 PM
Catherine (right) collects clean water

We felt like we were on an island of large flat sheets of rock, separated from the rest of the villages by huge gullies and cliffs. Our driver meandered gently over the...

More Than Clean Water
Paul Nkhata Dec 13, 2019 12:00:00 PM
Monica now has water to grow vegetables in her backyard garden

Access to safe water continues to be a challenge in most parts of the developing world, including Malawi. This was true of Zgalambe village in...