Find out how your generosity is bringing clean water to Cheru, the girl on the cover of the spring 2017 World Vision magazine, whose face appeared on Global 6K for Water race bibs last year.
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Cheru and Kamama live in rural Kenya, and like millions of African children, they help their mothers carry water every day. Though the 5-year-olds live just 16 miles apart, for one, fetching water is a three-hour struggle; for the other, it’s a seven-minute stroll. Walk with them.