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Many women spend 20 hours per week collecting water, some walking 7 miles a day, often for contaminated water. Let's bring safe water closer to them!

Many women spend 20 hours per week collecting water, some walking 7 miles a day, often for contaminated water. Let's bring safe water closer to them!

World Vision provides a new person with access to clean water every 30 seconds! We help provide clean, safe drinking water as well as sanitation and hygiene systems to communities around the world, and train them how to maintain their own water wells!

World Vision provides a new person with access to clean water every 30 seconds! We help provide clean, safe drinking water as well as sanitation and hygiene systems to communities around the world, and train them how to maintain their own water wells!

"Survival" highlights issues of water storage and infrastructure in Africa, where 345 million people don't have easy access to this life-giving resource.

Stunning photos show Africa through African eyes

"Survival" highlights issues of water storage and infrastructure in Africa, where 345 million people don't have easy access to this life-giving resource.

Huur ons huis op Bali www.villabuddha.com aan het strand met personeel € 1495,-

Huur ons huis op Bali www.villabuddha.com aan het strand met personeel € 1495,-

Jean Bosco Portrait by Esther Havens: on a trip a few years ago photographer Esther Havens met Jean Bosco while documenting for Charity:Water

Jean Bosco Portrait by Esther Havens: on a trip a few years ago photographer Esther Havens met Jean Bosco while documenting for Charity:Water

Walk in solidarity with women and girls in the developing world who walk many miles every day collecting water and firewood for their families. These gruelling daily chores mean they often don’t have time to reach their full potential in life. CARE is building wells, boreholes and standing taps close to their homes, allowing them more time to go to school or work. This March, walk 10,000 steps a day in solidarity and raise money for women and girls in developing countries.

Walk in solidarity with women and girls in the developing world who walk many miles every day collecting water and firewood for their families. These gruelling daily chores mean they often don’t have time to reach their full potential in life. CARE is building wells, boreholes and standing taps close to their homes, allowing them more time to go to school or work. This March, walk 10,000 steps a day in solidarity and raise money for women and girls in developing countries.

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