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Knowledge to Action

Posted by Max Rothman on

A note on water supply in developing countries Violet, a young girl from Zambia, awakes day after day before sunrise. Three times a day she walks two miles to fetch water for her sister, her grandmother and herself. At dawn, bucket in hand, with nothing at her side but the chirps of birds and the climbing sun, she dreams of going to school, of becoming a doctor. She walks. Feet bare. She coughs. Scratches her sores from bad water. She walks. Feels a pain in her chest. She walks. She at last arrives at a slight pit of earth, collects...

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