|Water is something that you and I often take for granted, Sandra. But millions of women and girls don’t have that luxury. Collectively, girls spend about 200 million hours a day gathering water. Imagine a world in which they all had safe and convenient access to drinking water.
For Aysha, a young Ethiopian girl, that would mean devoting eight hours of the day to studying, working and playing. With those eight hours back, she would have the chance at a better future — one that she is currently denied. This is a day in her life.
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