Water for all


Poor system: Rain water is collected for daily use at an informal settlement in Sandakan where access to water and sanitation is lacking. – Courtesy of Leo Heller

WATER. The most basic necessity that most people take for granted because it is readily available by just a turn of the tap.

But for some groups in Malaysia, safe drinking water and sanitation is not accessible.

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