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Watch this video, narrated by Chelsea Clinton and President Bill Clinton as they talk about their visits to World Vision water programs in Rwanda and Myanmar.
Cease-fire announced Thursday in Addis Ababa could mean aid agencies can finally access areas where children and families have been.
World Vision welcomes $2.4 billion committed at Kuwait pledging conference for Syria crisis.
The funds will enable World Vision to provide 187 wells, bringing clean water to more than 52,000 people in some of the toughest places to reach in rural Malawi.
This week's charity: water gala in New York City raised more than $4 million to provide clean drinking water in Malawi. This allows us to reach an additional 52,000 people in Malawi with clean water! As the largest nongovernmental provider of clean drinking water in the developing world, World Vision is proud to now be one of the largest implementing partners of charity: water.
We are excited to introduce our new vice president of water, Dr. Greg Allgood, who comes to us from Procter & Gamble, with 30+ years of water research and non-profit work. Find out what inspired him to join World Vision in solving the clean water crisis.
A new World Vision partnership aims to reach more than a million people in eight countries with clean, safe water by 2017 at a price of less than $20 per person — a mere fraction of the cost of standard hand pumps. World Vision’s Randy Strash discusses the background behind this exciting opportunity.
Fiona’s long trek to get water meant she was often late for school — and punished as a result. A new borehole in her community changed that.