Power of Clean Water

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Naomi used to travel about two miles to get water for cooking and drinking, even though it was dirty water. Now things have changed.

Naomi’s family shared the water with livestock and wild baboons. It often made them sick, but they had no choice but to drink it.

Now they benefit from the well, storage tank, water station, and pipeline system World Vision began installing in 2012. The well serves about 2,000 people in their area, as well as about 600 children and teachers at four schools.

Video ©2017 World Vision

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