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A journey for water in rural lower income countries can take up to two hours. The journey, often taken by women and children, can include dangerous obstacles and predators.
Let’s follow the daily routine of a village resident who routinely journeys for water. How does the daily journey change how time is allocated. How could time be spent otherwise. The episode will transition to an analysis of who is responsible for supplying access to clean water. Does the responsibility fall on local governments or international organizations?
Partner Organization: Global Water Brigades
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