“The Easter story is a story of justice and the length that someone would go to bring justice to the world.”
See how a brand-new child sponsorship is helping to bring justice, happiness, and joy to a little girl in Zambia this Lenten season.
This summer, blogger Rachel Teodoro traveled with us to Uganda to dedicate a new clean water borehole for one of our communities.
Through her eyes, witness the energy and pure joy that the people of this community felt at having clean water, and see how they will be forever changed by it.
While traveling in India, blogger Amy Bellgardt visited a World Vision water program and was so inspired that she became one of our World Vision Bloggers!
See how clean water is helping to empower women in India … and how these programs inspired Amy.
Meet Benny in Zambia … a father who smiles because his family no longer has to worry about dirty water!
Read his story and see how clean water is helping this community expand their church.
Pastor and author Max Lucado has spent his career bringing the living water of the Gospel to the world.
Max is also a long-time partner of World Vision, and this winter hosted a social fundraiser hoping to bring clean water to 20,000 people in Ethiopia.
See how many people will receive clean water through Max and his readers …
In Africa, drilling for water is typically a man's job.
But Lucie Bibata Dembele is defying this norm, managing two of World Vision's drilling rigs and the 6-men teams that operate them!
See what it's like to be a woman in this role.
Dorcas is 9 and lives in the Bulanda community in Zambia.
When World Vision first met her, she was gathering water four times each day from a disgusting water hole, in which animals sometimes died. Dorcas was often sick with diarrhea.
But life is turning around for Dorcas! See the change in her life through photos.
While traveling with World Vision in Kenya last summer, bestselling author Debbie Macomber met Veronica, a mother of 7, who served her a simple cup of tea.
Behind that cup of tea was a long and difficult journey because getting something as simple as the water for the tea was challenging.
See the difference that clean water makes through Debbie's eyes.
When we talk about people not having access to clean water, what does that really mean?
For the people of Bulanda, Zambia, it meant finding the fur of a drowned dog (and then the dog itself) in their only source of drinking water.
Read about the challenges that come without clean water, and this community's prayers and pleas for water … and an answer!
Tragedy is all too common around the world. Can World Vision really make a difference? Can we serve the poor in difficult situations?
See how our clean water and sanitation programs answer these hard questions with, "Yes."
When communities don't have access to clean water, children and their families are at risk of many dangers: diarrhea and other illnesses like Guinea worm, long walks to carry heavy buckets, and more … sometimes as simple as having to reach down into a hole.
In Zambia, Munang'andu lost her 5-year-old son, Wise, when he fell into a water hole and drowned. He was trying to help her.
Read how loss but also hope for clean water remain with Munang'andu today.
Today, Dr. Greg Allgood—World Vision USA vice president for Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene—reflects on a recent trip to the village of Duke in Malawi.
See how clean water transformed the lives of the people of Duke, from "I didn't think we were going to make it" to "a little piece of paradise"!
A New Year … a new you! What are your resolutions for 2015?
Check out ten ways that running with Team World Vision can help transform your life!
When last winter arrived, the water pipes in Teena's home in West Virginia burst, leaving her and her family without water or the means to fix them … for eight months.
This fall, missions teams through World Vision's U.S. Programs came and fixed her water system, bringing peace, a river of water, shouts of joy from her sons, and tears of joy from Teena!
This is their story.
This month, World Vision Water announced a major accomplishment and something of a miracle: this year, we’ve provided clean drinking water to every man, woman, and child in 2,416 villages in Africa!
Read about our ambitious plan for universal coverage with clean water!
But just last Wednesday, Claris's community received the miracle of clean water for the first time — and Claris began to shine! See her now…
Celebrate with us today as we mark the one-millionth person to receive clean water through our water programs this year!
We're also announcing a new partnership to provide communities with solar-powered water pumps to help provide sustained water supply in developing communities!
Today, read about our fourth and final runner, Tammy Kasal, and how she overcame her "fear of failure and desire to control my life" and said "Yes" to God's call!
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