Image wanting to take a shower. Or cook food. Or take a drink – and all you had was water that looked like this:
This is a reality that many people in Kenya are dealing with on a regular basis. Some women in Africa need to walk hours each day to carry a bucket of water for their families. Brown, dirty water is all you have to offer your children, and many times you would have to boil the water to make sure nobody got sick.
But this isn’t the end of the story! Many groups, like Charity Water, and working with community leaders on the ground in Kenya to drill wells and help communities have clean water to drink and cook with. Watch how clean water makes a strikingly big difference for many aspects for Kenyans. Check out how you can make a difference and help communities in Kenya receive clean water!
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5 Surprising Things You Didn't Know About the Super Bowl It's time for the Big Game! Americans, including myself, will be all too-happy to indulge in two of the USA's favorite traditions - food and football. Check out this video from Odyssey Networks that gives us surprising facts to the Super Bowl.
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Jana graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Master Degree in International Development. She is passionate about human rights and the dynamic cultures of God's creation. She travels to capture stories of faith and courage from around the world.