Taste and See

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Emmanuel Dushimi, 13, holds a glass filled with clean water and a glass filled with dirty water from the waterhole behind him.

Water formerly from the pond; now from a pump. Once full of parasites—now pure. What used to rob hours of people’s time to collect now adds years to their lives. With clean water, the difference is clear.

Building on decades of expertise and blessed by the support of child sponsors, World Vision is the largest nongovernmental provider of clean water in the developing world. By 2030, World Vision aims to ensure clean water coverage everywhere it works—because every child deserves clean water.

World Vision received donations of  water filtration packets for distribution in Rwanda. Now Emmanuel and others who may struggle to find clean water have an alternative to make dirty water clean by using the packets.

Photo©2013 World Vision, Laura Reinhardt

 

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