|With so many bad stories in the news it is hard to think that there is still good in the world, people that truly want to make a change for good. Not to glorify themselves but to glorify God. I have seen laws change, people running marathons, and all kinds of fundraising all for clean water. Clean water changes lives. Many diseases can be linked to dirty water. Children spend their time fetching water instead of going to school, so the poverty cycle goes on... I am so encouraged by the steps that World Vision is taking to reach the most hard-pressed areas for clean water.|
World Vision is the largest nongovernmental provider of clean water in the developing world, reaching one new
person with clean water every 30 seconds.