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....
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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."