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Interactive Infographic: How Does Lack of Water Affect Women and Children?

In the developing world, the daily task of finding clean water disproportionally affects the community's most vulnerable: women and children.

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In the developing world, the daily task of finding clean water disproportionally affects the community's most vulnerable: women and children. This takes a serious toll on the ability for women to stay in school, care for their families, and thrive. Click on the interactive infographic above to learn more about how lack of clean water affects the lives of women and children in the developing world every day.


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