40% of the Zambian population lives without access to safe water.
Samuel and Sylvia are community leaders in a Zambian village is comprised of several thousand people, who moved to the region in hope of new land and jobs.
But lack of infrastructure has made the process slow. Over the last several years however, the wellbeing of families has changed as Blood:Water Mission has been working to bring safe water, hygiene, and sanitation. Wells have been drilled, pumps have been repaired, and installed filters in homes.
BWM has also brought education in the form water, hygiene, and sanitation trainings. Education has transformed the people and the context in which they live. "Education", says Samuel, "gives us the tools to continue these things even after you have gone from our community. This is what gives me hope for the future."
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