Monthly Archives: April 2017

World Malaria Day: Let no child die

World Malaria Day: Let no child die | World Vision Blog

A nurse in Malawi examines a child for signs of malaria. (Photo: ©2014 World Vision/photo by Charles Kabena)

This World Malaria Day, April 25, see how we’re joining with our partners and communities to end malaria for good!

Together, we’re one step closer to ensuring that no child dies from malaria.

The desperation of dirty water

The desperation of dirty water | World Vision Blog

Charity and Ivy start their long walk home after fetching water in Zambia. (Photo: ©Rachel Teodoro)

Have you ever been lost in the woods — literally or figuratively? Have you rationed your resources, preparing for the worst? Families who can’t access clean water feel this kind of desperation every day.

Blogger Rachel Teodoro has met some of these families. Hear their story and a simple way that you can give them hope!

A Kenya childhood: Growing up without clean water

A Kenya childhood: Growing up without clean water | World Vision Blog

Today, Sam Irungu works as a software engineer for World Vision USA. (Photo: ©2017 World Vision/photo by Jon Warren)

Growing up in rural Kenya, Sam Irungu knew the daily struggle of collecting dirty water from the early age of 5. Today, he works as a software engineer for World Vision!

He attributes this change to God: an answer to his mother’s prayer to redeem the life of God’s children for a better tomorrow.

Hear about his journey!