Water Works


A student at Siamabbonka School in Moyo, Zambia, uses drama to demonstrate proper water, sanitation and hygiene practice.

Siamabbonka School in Moyo, Zambia has a water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) club that teaches good hygiene to students and community members through poems, drama, and other cultural means.

In addition to the toilets World Vision constructed at the school, World Vision also established girls’ washrooms that have increased girls’ attendance. In the past they used to skip classes during their menstrual cycles.

There are WASH clubs wherever World Vision works throughout Africa.

In southern Africa, they use curriculum including the devotional, "Jesus the Source of Living Water," produced by World Vision and churches in Zambia.


Photo©2015 World Vision, Eugene Lee

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