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World Humanitarian Day celebrates the work that is done around the world to promote human welfare. With this at the heart of everything we do, we seek to improve the well-being of those in rural India by providing access to a source of clean water at home. #WorldHumanitarianDay🌍

Kevin’s stay in Dholavira continues! Following a period of severe drought in the village, rain has finally begun to fill up the Roof Rain Water Harvesting tanks built with our partner SCT - providing a sustainable source of clean water for the community. #KevinInIndia 🌍

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India is a vast and rapidly developing country.

But in the remote, barren and arid villages in rural India, communities are still struggling to survive without running water. Their only options are to spend almost all their money on expensive unclean water, or send their women and girls to spend hours every day, fetching even worse water from far away wells.

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