Where Dirty Water Brings Shame

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. In these villages with narrow alleyways as their paths, many households that do not own a well goes to those five households who do. Those who are too ashamed not only to ask for help with their clean water crisis but also to admit that they do not have access to clean water. In this village, those without clean water shamefully resort to the river where showers, laundry and even toilet business is done. You can only imagine how “clean” this river is.


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Writer: Christopher Pramana, & Nathania Zhong

Videographer: Christopher Pramana, & Nathania Zhong



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