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The importance of water in rural communities
Rural communities around the world, particularly in the developing world, have never, to our knowledge, been categorised as either having reasonable access to clean water, or not. They are typically analysed under the umbrella of the word “underdeveloped”, without an acknowledgement of the natural resources that lie around them. Besides, one would be forgiven for thinking that rural communities with access to water have it easy when it comes to fulfilling the water supply demands of their inhabitants; on closer look, it becomes apparent that the answer to the problem is not as easy as one might think.
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