"Access to clean water worldwide is a major problem, said Jeff Fields, the site manager of World Vision’s Aleppo facility.
'We’ve been working with the water initiative, especially in West Virginia, for a while,' Fields said. 'But this is the first time we’ve targeted Pittsburgh.
'But we feel that this is something we can tackle. By 2030, we feel that everybody in the world will have access to clean water. Right now, 1,000 children around the world are dying every day from diarrhea caused by contaminated water. But we are making great progress with well drilling systems.' " Click here to learn more