For more than a century International Women’s Day has been a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. This year the call to action is to work for accelerated gender parity and this resonates with our work here at WaterAfrica!


Women in rural Zambia spend hours each day collecting water and then managing varieties of difficult consequences. We have seen firsthand the life-changing impact that comes to these women when World Vision works in their communities in holistic, sustainable ways to bring clean, safe water near to their homes.

Life spent collecting water is life spent on survival. This International Women’s Day please join us in the important work toward gender parity as we raise awareness and money for clean, accessible water in rural Zambia. We know this frees women from the daily work of survival and opens the door to opportunities for education, economics, and fullness of life.

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