Life is precious. Water shouldn't be.
In Western Province, Kenya, women and girls spend long hours fetching dirty water and firewood to boil the water to make it safe to drink. Cholera, typhoid, and other waterborne disease threaten the lives and livelihoods of whole communities unlucky enough to have only dirty water to drink.
Vestergaard Frandsen distributed nearly 900,000 water filters across the province, but it wasn't charity, it was smart business. Watch what happens when four million Kenyans have access to clean water in their homes and how it impacts their lives, especially of women and girls.
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