Violet, 10, and other children get wet in water gushing from a newly drilled borehole well.
Violet’s village has suffered from lack of clean water. In Zambia, women and girls like Violet often carry the burden of fetching water from streams and waterholes where they compete with livestock for dirty water to fill their heavy jerry cans.
When drillers finally broke through to water in her village, Violet started running and yelling with her hands raised high in praise.
"My life is now better. I have even stopped worrying about water now that we have a borehole,” says Violet with a big smile.
"Even my grandmother and my great-grandmother will no longer suffer," she says.
Photo©2014 World Vision, photo by Collins Kaumba