As the conflict in Syria rages on, we sat down to talk with our national communications director in Lebanon, where more than a million Syrian refugees now live.
Kenyan schoolgirls recite "Dear Water," a poem they wrote about the life-changing impact of clean water.
In rural Niger, one man's family suffered from the community's dirty water source.
In Kenya’s Rift Valley, lack of clean drinking water at Morop Primary School was a big problem. Students often suffered from waterborne diseases; some spent more time...
Sesame Workshop and World Vision are coming together to help protect children around the globe from illness caused by dirty water and poor sanitation.
Celebrate with us today as we mark the one-millionth person to receive clean water through our water programs this year!
Pastor, speaker, and author Eugene Cho's parents grew up in extreme poverty in Korea. He describes the "not with hand-outs but with hand-ups" approach that gave them...
A new scientific study by the UNC Water Institute shows that World Vision water wells continue to flow for decades.
For 5-year-old Juliet and her family in northern Uganda, the number-one concern is dirty water and poor sanitation. Every day, these humanitarian crises deprive 1,600...
Meet Violet and other children from Zambia as they tell their stories of hardship from dirty water. A World Vision Water project here aims to reach 40,000 children...
Read about Dr. Greg Allgood's latest trip to Mali, where World Vision Mali's water team just provided their 1,000th water well since 2003!
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