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The mother who sells water

The mother who sells water

The climate crisis is creating severe problems in Cameroon. Desertification and floods generate thousands of displaced people every year who end up in cities unable to provide drinking water for all. The short film Mami Wata, a micro-documentary finalist at the We Art Water Film Festival 5, provides a testimony of the vulnerability of millions of Cameroonians who survive in one of the most water-deficient African countries.

Joan Dausà, new friend

To run out of water in our flask or to do the washing up in a river are for most of us small anecdotes when we go hiking. Millions of people experience this every day. The musician and actor Joan Dausà, new friend of the We Are Water Foundation, reminds us of this in his message.  

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