Access to running water is a significant issue in many developing countries, and it is also a problem in the United States. In the Navajo Nation, close to 40 percent of homes are without running water or sanitation facilities. Additionally, the remote locations of many of these homes make it unlikely that they will ever be connected to a water line.
Find out more: How off-the-grid Navajo residents are getting running water
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