Pictures are worth...

Thousands of words!  Here are some pictures from our stay so far!  

A young girl collects water in kunchubwe village

A young girl collects water in kunchubwe village

A woman pumps water in Cohombe Village near Chipata

A woman pumps water in Cohombe Village near Chipata

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Two young boys carry water on their bike from Cohombe

Two young boys carry water on their bike from Cohombe

David examines a shallow well in Kunchubwe. They dig about 30 feet down and water collects during the rainy season. The well dries up by early June.  

David examines a shallow well in Kunchubwe. They dig about 30 feet down and water collects during the rainy season. The well dries up by early June.  

Headman Steven shows us the stream that his villages gather from.  This stream provides water for drinking, cooking, bathing, and watering the garden. It dries up in July usually.  

Headman Steven shows us the stream that his villages gather from.  This stream provides water for drinking, cooking, bathing, and watering the garden. It dries up in July usually.  

A woman carries water on her head, a baby on her back, and another jug of cooking water in hand.  

A woman carries water on her head, a baby on her back, and another jug of cooking water in hand.  

The burden of collecting water lies on women and children. You almost never see men pumping or carrying water.

The burden of collecting water lies on women and children. You almost never see men pumping or carrying water.

A common sight on the road... Woman carrying multiple jugs of water while the man carries nothing...  

A common sight on the road... Woman carrying multiple jugs of water while the man carries nothing...  

We hope these pictures help you visualize the things we see every day and the people we want to support at Love Abounds!  

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