Everlyn’s in school, her mother’s garden is thriving, and her family’s faith is stronger. Child sponsorship and clean water have made all the difference.
Before clean water came to her community in Zambia, 11-year-old Ruth walked a scary route many times a day to fetch dirty water that often made her family sick.
Dorcas, 9, carried dirty water home four times a day from a pond where animals drank, and sometimes died. Everything changed when World Vision dug a well.
Many young women in rural Africa face difficult futures, but not Modester. At 18, she is one of the top students in all of Zambia! She’s headed for university and whatever big dream she may have in mind. See what made the difference.
Are you ready for Giving Tuesday tomorrow? Early donations today will count toward the Thirty-One Gifts match up to $2 million of product! Blogger Rachel Teodoro writes about the impact this partnership made last year to help keep newborns warm. Read her story and give!
Chickens and goats from World Vision’s Gift Catalog and child sponsorship set a family in Zambia on a path to prosperity.