Cabbage Patch


Munsanje, 4, shows off a bumper cabbage crop in his village in Zambia.

About 50 percent of childhood malnutrition is related to water, sanitation, or hygiene issues. Today, the Twachiyanda borehole provides enough water for Munsanje’s community to grow a wealth of vegetables to keep their families healthy and to sell.

Once malnourished, Munsanje and other children in his community now have ready access to nutritious foods.

Pray with us that more communities in Africa will enjoy the benefits of accessible clean water.

“Lord God, thank You for transforming Munsanje’s food supply. Equip other communities to access water sources  so they can improve their crops and raise up strong children.”

Photo©2013 Laura Reinhardt/World Vision

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