” Women & Water” – Burundi, 2003

giorgio-faedo-39” You don’t have to be a woman to understand water sustains life. But these Burundian women know that clean water is a valued commodity in the world around them. A world in which the sick often die and the health service isn’t so much a service, than an ideal of a ‘service’ not yet realised. From the cradle to the coffin, the story of water has shaped the success or failure of many of our societies, our communities and our civilisations. It’s a precious resources these women are prepared to wait for.”

– Nicholas McGowan, Australia –

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