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What it's really worth to pipe water to homes in rural Zambia

By James Winter, PhD Candidate, Environment Engineering and Science, Stanford University
Jenna Davis, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University
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Women and girls are forced to spend hours each day hauling water for their households. Beyond harming both physical and mental health, this takes time away from economic activities and caregiving.

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