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A woman carries water home to her family from a charity: water well in Agam Minch, Ethiopia.

A woman carries water home to her family from a charity:water well in Agam Minch, Ethiopia.

A woman in rural Uganda smiles as the charity: water team arrives in her village.

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An Indian girl laughs after getting a drink from her village’s charity: water pond sand filter.

An Indian girl laughs after getting a drink from her village’s charity: water pond sand filter.

Kids in India race through the streets to celebrate their village’s water tower funded by charity: water donors.

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This woman from Tekesis, Ethiopia, quit school a few years ago so that she’d have more time to take care of family chores, which included walking up to two hours for water each day. Now her village has a freshwater well — she and the other girls nearby have clean water within a short 15-minute walk. (to see other photos of smiling people - happy to have WATER - http://pinterest.com/charitywater/photo-of-the-day/  )

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Different generations; different opportunities. The older woman we met here at Achera Health Post used to carry a heavy clay pot full of dirty water home to her family. Now, her village uses a charity: water well — where the younger girl collects clean water each day.

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Maherpur School, West Bengal. Students here use a charity: water project for clean water each day.   Half the world’s schools don’t have clean water and even fewer have latrines. Water projects built near schools increase attendance, especially among girls.

Students here use a charity: water project for clean water each day. Half the world’s schools don’t have clean water and even fewer have latrines. Water projects built near schools increase attendance, especially among girls.

Many women in rural Africa walk up to four hours each day to collect drinking water. This woman, near Arekober, Ethiopia, used to walk more than an hour; now she has a well within a 15-minute walk from her house.

Many women in rural Africa walk up to four hours each day to collect drinking water. This woman, near Arekober, Ethiopia, used to walk more than an hour; now she has a well within a walk from her house.

A woman collects drinking water in Agam Minch, Ethiopia. Follow us @: https://twitter.com/#!/everydaychild

A woman collects drinking water in Agam Minch, Ethiopia.

Kids in rural Bangladesh smile near a charity: water project in their village.

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Smiles at No. 12 Noavangha Saleman Primary School. charity: water funded clean water projects and latrines for this school here in rural Bangladesh.

charity: water funded clean water projects and latrines for this school in rural bangladesh

A woman in rural Uganda shows her old water source. (photo: Esther Havens)

Stories and updates from the charity: water team, partners, and supporters.

Clean hands, clean water. At a charity: water well in Ethiopia.

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At a charity: water well in Ethiopia.

Hamer elder - Ethiopia | The Hamar is a catlle herder tribe which lives on the Eastern side of the Omo Valley in Southern Ethiopia. Honey collection is their major activity and their cattle is the meaning of their life. There are at least 27 words for the subtle variations of colours and textures of a cattle ! And each man has three names: a human, a goat and a cow name.

Hamer elder in Ethiopia

Students at No. 57 Narayanpur Government Primary School giggle while in class. These kids now have a clean charity: water project and latrines on school grounds. Follow us @: https://twitter.com/#!/everydaychild

57 Narayanpur Government Primary School giggle while in class. These kids now have a clean charity: water project and latrines on school grounds.

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