Celebrating Water

Photo: World Vision

Photo: World Vision

Tomorrow the world celebrates World Water Day. Here we have collected some World Vision water stories and inspiration. Happy reading!

What a milestone! Dr. Greg Allgood, vice president for World Vision water, writes about the miracles he’s experienced along his journey with World Vision and Proctor & Gamble to provide 1 billion liters of clean drinking water.

Since last week, 5 more cosponsors have signed on to support the Water for the World Act – a result of your advocacy efforts. Use your voice! Take a moment this weekend and send a message to your members of Congress about the importance of clean water for all.

Before World Vision built a water pump in her village of Garin Dan Dela, twelve-year old Maria had to cross the border between Niger and Nigeria just to fetch water every day.

Why are water, sanitation, and hygiene so important to development? Read a perspective from the World Vision magazine.

Ever wonder how inadequate sanitation in other countries affects you? Check out this infographic from the World Bank which simply asks what a toilet is worth. We bet the answer will astound you!

And, finally, wondering how to pray for water needs in the developing world? World Vision shares some suggested prayer points about water.

“Water will gush forth in the wilderness and streams in the desert.”
Isaiah 35:6

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