For the 2,800 people living in Badvan, India, water had become their primary concern. In short, they didn’t have enough.
The village elders attempted to drill four water wells; however, only one was a success. With such a limited supply of water, strict rules were required: Families could visit the well only twice a day and for a limited amount of time.
For most, this meant walking a long distance, waiting in long lines and often missing work. Even then, there wasn’t enough water to go around. Read the full story