In a remote Maasai village in rural Kenya, Naomi used to walk and wait for hours to fetch unsafe water from a spring they shared with livestock and wild baboons.
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Though she fears being abducted and killed, 11-year-old Nivesh fetches water from a stream in southern Zambia three times a day to keep her family alive.
Before clean water came to her community in Zambia, 11-year-old Ruth walked a scary route many times a day to fetch dirty water that often made her family sick.