Women and water in NepalAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
Pamfa Maya Pulami and her granddaughter pose in front of a latrine in Salang, a village in the Dhading District of Nepal where Dan Church Aid, a member of the ACT Alliance, has provided a variety of support to local villagers in the wake of a devastating 2015 earthquake. The village's water system was destroyed by the quake, forcing women to walk two hours or more to a nearby river to fetch water. Working with a local organization, the Forum for Awareness and Youth Activity, the ACT Alliance rebuilt the village's water system and installed new latrines for residents.
- Paul Jeffrey
- Image Size
- 4444x3074 / 7.3MB
Nepal Nepalese Nepali Asia earthquake quake emergency relief aid humanitarian crisis disaster reconstruction rebuilding ACT Alliance DCA Dan Church Aid FAYA Forum for Awareness and Youth Activity WASH water woman hygiene sanitation child girl latrine toilet bathroom open defecation free ODF campaign
- Contained in galleries
- Life in a Quake Zone, Nepal