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Five Ways Clean Water Can Improve the Lives of Women

1. Improved health Women in developing countries walk an average of six kilometers a day to collect water. They frequently fill jerry cans which can weigh over 40 pounds and carry those cans on their back or head to their

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Five Solutions to get Water to Remote Villages

There is no one-size-fits-all solution to water scarcity in developing communities. Often times, the most appropriate method of accessing freshwater depends on characteristics unique to each community: You wouldn’t want to sink a well in an area with low groundwater

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Children and the Water Crisis

When I was in elementary school, I was taught not to leave the faucet on while brushing my teeth and I recall reminding myself that I had to take a short shower to conserve water. But as I grew up,

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The Water Crisis

One in three people in the world lack access to safe, clean water. Almost one fifth of the world’s population, nearly 1.2 billion people, live in areas where water is physically scarce. But water scarcity surpasses a physical lack of

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