How we are making a difference in Tanzania
Mr. Nadeem Panjetan
(Chief General Manager, Export-Import Bank of India)
Water is a fundamental human need. Yet access to clean water remains a major challenge in many countries. In Africa, millions of people, usually women and girls, walk miles every day to collect water for their families. It takes so long to collect water that they often do not have time left for anything else in the day, andthe girls miss out on education, further trapping them into a cycle of poverty. When they finally do collect the water, the only source is often streams and ponds where water is mostly contaminated.
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