Manishka’s Walk for Water

About Manishka’s Walk for Water

India is quickly approaching climate apartheid where only the wealthy can afford basic resources. In some places disaster has already arrived. Example the 4 reservoirs that supply Chennai, India’s sixth largest city, are almost dry. Hundreds of thousands of residents wait in a line every day to fill their pots at government water tankers and critical services like offices and schools are also struggling to get water. People are forced to reuse dirty water to wash their utensils. If they’re lucky, they might get a few bottles of clean water to cook their food



Manishka’s Walk for Water

About Manishka’s Walk for Water

India is quickly approaching climate apartheid where only the wealthy can afford basic resources. In some places disaster has already arrived. Example the 4 reservoirs that supply Chennai, India’s sixth largest city, are almost dry. Hundreds of thousands of residents wait in a line every day to fill their pots at government water tankers and critical services like offices and schools are also struggling to get water. People are forced to reuse dirty water to wash their utensils. If they’re lucky, they might get a few bottles of clean water to cook their food