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Yayasan Perjuangan Anak Bangsa

Inspired by: Charity: Water

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Designed & Photographed by: Chris Pramana

🇺🇸. Happy Universal Children's Day!

After months of working together, the residents of Pangkalan, Teluk Naga—both men and women—and professional construction workers have finished building the public restroom on a Friday, 23 June, 2017. Clean water...

Teluk Naga is a village in Tanggerang, Indonesia where 200 families live in cramped houses. It is a village where only five households privately own an open-ended well that provides water besides their public water source; in other words, the river....

April 12, 2017

In our very first project, The Spring had the wonderful opportunity to get connected to Rancabungur village, a small community that houses approximately 100 families, and one that was in desperate need of a new water source. Located on the outskirts...

March 13, 2017

A boy in Rancabungur Village who is resting after hiking back and forth multiple times to fetch liters of dirty water from a contaminated water source one kilometre away.

March 7, 2017

The Village of Rancabungur

The village of Rancabungur is located near the city of Bogor. Though close to the city known for rain, "Water always runs away in the rivers" says Yakolina, a teacher and resident in Rancabungur. The village is home to aroun...

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"Water. It’s everywhere. In our homes, in our offices, in the sky and the earth. Water covers 70% of the planet and yet the lack of access to clean water is a killer that kills more people than all kinds of violence, including war."​