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Tippy Tap

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Faith Chenguluka, 8, washes her hands at her family's tippy tap station in Kapululwe, Zambia.

Faith’s family lives near a borehole where they draw clean water. Her father, Donald, is the pump minder for the borehole. Donald is the director of the choir at church and directs Faith’s youth choir as well. 

Faith is the second child in a family of five including brother Donald, 14, and sisters Blessing, 7, Beatrice, 5, and Bertha, 18 months. 

Through child sponsorship, Faith has received school shoes, clothes, soap, and participation in special World Vision birthday celebrations—annual parties for the children with games and treats.

World Vision has been part of the family’s faith journey. “I know God through World Vision because of World Vision’s workshops. Before we do anything they say, ‘We need to pray.’ Then I realized prayer is serious,” Donald says. His wife, Janet, adds, “World Vision teaches our children to pray.” 

Photo©2015 World Vision, Eugene Lee

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