When She Catches Rain
WomenServe collaborated with taanka (water catchment tank) recipients to produce this film and educate on the benefits of improved water security.
In Rajasthan, India, one of the largest barriers to empowerment for women and girls is the shortage of water. In this region water is the work of women and girls who walk up to 10 hours a day carrying water on their heads. However, when families and communities have access to water, their quality of life improves. Women can provide for their families and girls can attend school. That’s why water security is key to social, economic and educational opportunity in this region.
With your help, we can make every raindrop count by catching water for these women and girls.