Nepapa Kishoiyan’s connection to the river runs deep. For her whole life, the 65-year-old Maasai woman relied on the river to provide this essential facet of life. But the daily 5-hour hike to the water source not only consumed time and energy, but resulted in jerry cans brimming with unclean water. Dirty water that would be used for everything, from drinking to cooking to taking care of the animals.
Walk with Nepapa, and watch what happens when her community partners with WE to redefine water access.