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FOR MANY RURAL COMMUNITIES ACROSS INDIA, CLEAN AND SAFE WATER IS ONLY AVAILABLE AT CERTAIN LOCATIONS
It is therefore necessary for women to travel large distances to the source to collect and bring back adequate amounts of potable water to support daily tasks that most of us often take for granted.
This practice had been observed for centuries in Bhilwara, Rajasthan and effectively imprisoned women like Chandni Devi, who has had to cope with water scarcity practically her whole life.
Luckily for her daughter Anita Jat, Bhilwara now has various means to access clean and pure water thereby enabling the communities to pursue a better quality of life and to seek a better future for the next generation.
MOST COMMUNITIES IN CAMBODIA DEPEND ON UNRELIABLE AND UNSAFE SOURCES OF POWER
Kerosene burners are still widely used for both cooking and lighting as domestic electricity power grids are expensive and beyond the means of most Cambodians.
With the majority of the population living in rural areas in traditional wooden stilt houses, the use of kerosene brings about risk of fires and explosions as well as poisoning through toxic emissions from the kerosene.
Luckily for Orm Socheat and his family, they now have access to a safe and affordable energy source, enabling his family and his community to pursue a better quality of life. With solar powered lighting, Orm is now able to study at night and can pursue his dream of one day becoming a teacher.