#WaterIs Dignity, Equity, Time

Nepalese children learn is school that their country is one of the richest in terms of water resources, but still large parts of the population lack access to safe and affordable water. When the municipal water supply fails to meet household demand, people are forced to dig their own groundwater wells, buy bottled water and collect rainwater. For poor people every drop of water is valuable, and carefully reused and recycled. A central problem is that there is no way of knowing when the municipality will turn on the taps to feed water into the network, forcing many women to stay at home to wait for water.

Watch Troubled Water for the whole story.

Troubled Water from govinda nepal on Vimeo.