A Heavy Load

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More than 90,000 people in 285 villages in Afghanistan enjoy clean water and sanitation services now because of World Vision.

Naghma, 4, carries water home to her family in rural Afghanistan. When her older siblings are ill, she takes over.

For Naghma’s family, dirty water from a river is the source of water for cooking, cleaning, and drinking. That’s why the children are frequently ill from diarrhea.

It is estimated that out of a rural population of 18 million people, approximately 14 million do not have access to safe drinking water in Afghanistan. Water-borne diseases are the country’s leading cause of death.

More than 90,000 people in 285 villages in Afghanistan enjoy clean water and sanitation services now because of World Vision.


Photo 2014 © Narges Ghafary / World Vision

 

 

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