Stepping Out for Water

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In Kenya, these boys and girls fetch water to carry to school, then return home by way of the waterhole to carry water to their families, a daily 6k (3.5 mile) journey.

What if, instead of turning on the faucet, you had to walk for miles to dig a deep hole and scoop up dirty water to fill a jug to haul all the way home to brush your teeth, make tea, and do laundry? 

What’s inconceivable to us is that this is a fact of daily life for 628 million people worldwide.

Now what if you and your friends could run or walk a 6k and guarantee clean water for a child just like these?

You can! Sign up today for World Vision’s Global 6k for Water.

Photo©2016 World Vision, Jon Warren

Find out how you can run or walk for water so children in developing countries won't have to.

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