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World Water Day is March 22nd — a day when the world turns its attention towards the 750 million people who lack access to safe water. But every day of the year can be a Water Day. When Rajamma opens her tap, or Grace hears raindrops filling her catchment system, or when Poppy is able to offer her children a safe drink of water — each of these is a Water Day.

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Water Day: Indonesia

With 250 million citizens, Indonesia is the fourth most populated country in the world. It hosts Southeast Asia's biggest economy; yet more than 37 million Indonesians lack access to safe water. recently expanded our work to include Indonesia and we are excited to transform more lives with safe water, making every day water day in Indonesia.

Visit's Facebook to view all stories and photos from our Water Day site visit to Indonesia.


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Stories from the field

Hi my name is Benjamin Heath. I find purpose in conveying other's stories through photographs. Join me to help make every day water day by supporting Like on Facebook and follow them on Twitter. Then, visit both channels the week of March 16th as shares the stories and photos I collected while visiting their work in Indonesia.

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