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Charasa Minor
Charasa Minor • 2 years ago

Securing clean drinking water remains a daily challenge for Senegalese women working to provide for their families. Women living in rural areas often wake up at 5 a.m. to begin a hiking down a hill to collect water from a dribbling stream before tracking their collection back up a steep hill to their village.

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