The American news cycle has moved past Ebola, but lack of access to proper sanitation and medical care to affected nations allows the disease to keep spreading. Even without such outbreaks, water-related illnesses kill 2.2 million people per year. Welton sits down with Malcolm Morris, executive vice president of Living Water International and founder of the Living Water Alliance, to talk about the importance of access to clean water and how it can break cycles of disease and poverty. Last year, the Water for the World Act was introduced in the House of Representatives to encourage U.S. foreign policy initiatives to include equal and affordable access to water in developing nations. Malcolm also shares how listeners can support this act and Living Water International.