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Think Global, Act Local - And Get It All On Film

Know an aspiring high school journalist with a great idea and a video camera? Are you a teacher, or do you have a camera you could share? Encourage her to apply for the Think Globally, Act Locally video contest. Most exciting categories in my book? "Growing Up Girl: Challenges Facing Girls Everywhere" and "World Water: Access to Clean Water." … Read More»

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Women and WaterAid Issue Sheet (PDF file, 4 pages)

This issue sheet offers a broad overview of how women's work, health and well-being is impacted by water issues, primarily in Africa and Asia. It concludes with a summary of women taking the issue into their own hands. "In Africa and Asia women are generally responsible for collecting water for their families. On average, in rural Africa, women spend 26% of their time collecting water, which often means having to walk five miles or more to the nearest water source. … Read More»

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