France Ubijas, 13, plays at a new water point near his house in Santa Rita, southwestern Philippines.

France used to walk a long, muddy track to haul home dirty water. Now, he can happily haul a gallon of clean water to his home.

“World Vision is a blessing to us. It helps us have access to a nearby faucet where we can fetch water every day without going through the muddy path again,” he says.

World Vision is the largest nongovernmental provider of clean water in the developing world.


Photo©2014 Mong Jimenez/World Vision

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