Across villages, towns, cities and countries, there is a strong correlation between poverty and gender inequality. We have come to realise that water plays such a significant part of a girl or or a woman’s chances of reducing this inequality and to live a better life.
By having access to clean, safe drinking water close to home, women do not have to venture miles every morning, risking their safety, in order to retrieve the resource. By having access to clean water, countless girls can wake up each day knowing that their sanitation and health will not compromised. Furthermore, by having access to clean water, girls & women have a better chance to utilise time for education and furthering their economic power.
Today, on International Women’s Day, we acknowledge the amazing people who spend day after day fighting for their children and their families with the hope that they will live a better life. Today, we celebrate the Women of the world!
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