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Women extracting water from the riverbed, Gaya (Image: ICIMOD/ Prasanta Biswas; Flickr Commons)
Farm women, the worse sufferers of the Covid 19 pandemic (Image Source: Seema Kulkarni)
Creating awareness about the pandemic as well as about the measures essential to be safe (Image: DHAN Foundation)
The fear is that Covid-19 would almost certainly spread within communities in India, just as it had started to do in Italy, South Korea, and Iran. (Image: Trinity Care Foundation)
Keeping the communities abreast of best practices for a safe and healthy living (Image: PRADAN)
Women benefit the most, when potable water reaches straight to their homes (Image: Shree Padre via IWP Flickr photos)
The state needs to be highly responsive to the needs of communities during the post-rights recognition phase (Image: Gramvaani)
Har nal me jal, a pipe dream?  (Image Source: IWP Flickr Photos)
The community at the ward level of the panchayat is supposed to have complete ownership of the system created. (Image: GG Vogman, Flickr Commons, CC BY-NC 2.0)
A view of a village in Almora district of Uttarakhand (Image: Raja Harjai, Flickr Commons)
Image: Muffinn, Flickr Commons
Women drawing water from a village well. Prior to watershed development and integrated water management, scarcity of water was a way of life for the people of Kumbharwadi (Image: WOTR)
Food wastage also implies wastage of water (Image Source: WOTR)
A water scheme violates Adivasi rights, threatens community water access and sacred spaces (Image: Anirudha Nagar, Accountability Counsel)
Shantilata uses a cloth to filter out the high iron content in the salty water, filled from a hand pump, in the village Sitapur on the outskirts of Bhadrak, Bhuvaneshwar, Odisha (Image: WaterAid/ Anindito Mukherjee)
Can the simple act of drinking water be revolutionary? (Illustration by Chetan Toliya)

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