Daily Chores

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Enoch shows the jug he carries to school each day.

Fetching water is homework and daily chores in Enoch’s northwest Kenya home.

He might rather have his bow and arrow in hand and be out with boys looking for birds to shoot. He’d pretend to track a hyena or fox to protect the goats and cows like dad. Instead he carries water for mom. 

663 million people around the world lack access to an improved water source. They walk an average of 6K (3.73 miles) a day and spend hours digging for water and carrying it home. 

Just getting enough water to cook, drink, and clean, consumes enormous amounts of energy.

You can help carry the load by joining World Vision’s Global 6K Walk for Water on May 6. And you don’t have to carry the water.

Find out more today.

Photo©2016 World Vision, Jon Warren

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