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Lack of Knowledge and Expertise at the Local Level

When it comes to preserving and protecting water resources, a little knowledge goes a long way. In many communities, a lack of basic knowledge about sanitation and hygiene practices results in the needless contamination of critical water resources. This can become a cyclical problem; sick children are robbed of the health and education which could have empowered them to improve their own lives.

Likewise, a lack of local expertise is often a barrier to the creation of more modern water distribution and treatment systems—which require skilled personnel for operation and maintenance.

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