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published by Alexandria Dobill

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What Challenges Do Women Face in Low-Income Countries and Throughout the Globe?
Education 
Hygiene/ Products
Shaming
Health
Water
Assault
Children
Male Dominance
65 Million girls don't go to school
On average, women use 16,800 hygiene products in their life
  15-76 percent of women are targeted for physical and sexual violence 
40-70 percent of female homicide victims in 4 countries were killed by their partners
1 in 10 people in the world have little or no access to clean water
400 million people globally don't have access to healthcare
53.5% of women from the ages of 15-44 have had children
95% of girls are put in isolation during their period
Alex Dobill, Rhyann Clarke, Kaitlyn Gosline
How does this connect to water quality?
A Long Walk To Water
What can we do to help women in low-income countries?
A Long Walk To Water displays the women's role in a low-income country and how they are required to live their life. 

Nya, a young Nuer girl from South Sudan, doesn't attend school because she is tasked with fetching water for her family every day. In addition, many girls have a lack of access to healthcare, and in turn are suffering from stomach pains, fever, and many waterbourne diseases.
Lunapads and Water Resources:  
Reusable pads are an invention that when paired with clean water resources, are proven effective in helping women and young girls further the development and purpose in their life, and has given girls educational opportunities. Lunapads has a program in which many organizations can purchase subsidized, reusable products to distribute with clean water sources for the use of women.
Days For Girls; African Bags  
Many organizations are providing these reusable pads to women and girls in South Sudan, yet they need organizations like "Water For Sudan" to also help them provide clean water to the communities in which these people live.